Stuff.co.nz  10th Aug 2020

Whānau who suffer from a rare genetic mutation that leads to stomach cancer have said new international guidelines making it easier for Māori to get tested will save hundreds of lives.

New international guidelines developed by the University of Otago and Kimihauora Research Clinic allow Māori to be tested for the genetic mutation – CDH1 – even if there is only one other family member with stomach cancer. Read More