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Considering race and the potential for ERG expression as a biomarker for prostate cancer


Genomic rearrangement and overexpression of the ERG oncogene (also known as v-ets avian erythroblastosis virus E26 oncogene homolog) is estimated to occur at a rate of 40–50% in prostate cancer. Early evidence suggests that ERG overexpression may be associated with disease progression, and the utilization of ERG levels as a biomarker for prostate cancer is being strongly considered.

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