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BRCA1 c.2845insA is a recurring mutation with a founder effect in Singapore Malay women with early onset breast/ovarian cancer
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    Recurrent BRCA1 mutation among Malay breast/ovarian cancer patients
    • Ann SG Lee, Senior Scientist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Gay-Hui Ho

    Dear Editor

    We read with great interest the report by Sng et al. [1] in which the authors reported that the BRCA1 frameshift mutation 2845insA could be a founder mutation in Malay breast or ovarian cancer patients in Singapore. This mutation results in protein truncation at codon 914.

    We would like to take this opportunity to draw the readers’ attention to our work on BRCA1 mutations among Singapo...

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