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Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2-Positive Breast Cancer Is Associated with Indigenous American Ancestry in Latin American Women.
Cancer Research ( IF 8.378 ) Pub Date : 2020-04-03 , DOI: 10.1158/0008-5472.can-19-3659
Katie M Marker,Valentina A Zavala,Tatiana Vidaurre,Paul C Lott,Jeannie Navarro Vásquez,Sandro Casavilca-Zambrano,Mónica Calderón,Julio E Abugattas,Henry L Gómez,Hugo A Fuentes,Ruddy Liendo Picoaga,Jose M Cotrina,Silvia P Neciosup,Carlos A Castañeda,Zaida Morante,Fernando Valencia,Javier Torres,Magdalena Echeverry,Mabel E Bohórquez,Guadalupe Polanco-Echeverry,Ana P Estrada-Florez,Silvia J Serrano-Gómez,Jenny A Carmona-Valencia,Isabel Alvarado-Cabrero,María Carolina Sanabria-Salas,Alejandro Velez,Jorge Donado,Sikai Song,Daniel Cherry,Lizeth I Tamayo,Scott Huntsman,Donglei Hu,Roberto Ruiz-Cordero,Ronald Balassanian,Elad Ziv,Jovanny Zabaleta,Luis Carvajal-Carmona,Laura Fejerman,

Women of Latin American origin in the United States are more likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer and have a higher risk of mortality than non-Hispanic White women. Studies in U.S. Latinas and Latin American women have reported a high incidence of HER2 positive (+) tumors; however, the factors contributing to this observation are unknown. Genome-wide genotype data for 1,312 patients from the Peruvian Genetics and Genomics of Breast Cancer Study (PEGEN-BC) were used to estimate genetic ancestry. We tested the association between HER2 status and genetic ancestry using logistic and multinomial logistic regression models. Findings were replicated in 616 samples from Mexico and Colombia. Average Indigenous American (IA) ancestry differed by subtype. In multivariate models, the odds of having an HER2+ tumor increased by a factor of 1.20 with every 10% increase in IA ancestry proportion (95% CI, 1.07-1.35; P = 0.001). The association between HER2 status and IA ancestry was independently replicated in samples from Mexico and Colombia. Results suggest that the high prevalence of HER2+ tumors in Latinas could be due in part to the presence of population-specific genetic variant(s) affecting HER2 expression in breast cancer. SIGNIFICANCE: The positive association between Indigenous American genetic ancestry and HER2+ breast cancer suggests that the high incidence of HER2+ subtypes in Latinas might be due to population and subtype-specific genetic risk variants.
更新日期:2020-05-01

 

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