Impact of 226C>T MSH2 gene mutation on cancer phenotypes in two HNPCC-associated highly-consanguineous families from Kuwait: Emphasis on premarital genetic testing

Makia J. Marafie, Sadiqa Al-Awadi, Fatemah Al-Mosawi, Alaa Elshafey, Waleed Al-Ali, Fahd Al-Mulla

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