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Blood Epigenetic Age may Predict Cancer Incidence and Mortality
Biological measures of aging are important for understanding the health of an aging population, with epigenetics particularly promising. Previous studies found that tumor tissue is epigenetically older than its donors are ...
Blood Telomere Length Attrition and Cancer Development in the Normative Aging Study Cohort
Background: Accelerated telomere shortening may cause cancer via chromosomal instability, making it a potentially useful biomarker. However, publications on blood telomere length (BTL) and cancer are inconsistent. We ...