A germline mutation of gene ATM p.C1899* is associated with family history of multiple cancers in a family in Yunnan province, China
Ataxia-Telangiectasia Mutation (ATM) is a well-known gene on chromosome 11q that plays a role in cell cycle checkpoints and DNA damage responses.
Most people on the outside of the health care profession are not familiar with this new role of the pharmacist.
A 65-year-old female patient was admitted to the gastroenterohepatology outpatient clinic due to diarrhea, exhaustion and weight loss of about 6 kg complaints in the last year. Her medical history revealed that she had no chronic disease other than hypertension, and she did not use any medication other than ramipril, an antihypertensive drug that she used continuously.