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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Genome-wide association studies have revealed genetic risk factors, highlighting the role of smoking, family history, telomere regulation, and DNA damage-repair in lung cancer etiology. Many studies have focused on a single ethnic group to avoid confounding from variability in allele frequencies across populations; however, comprehensive multi-ethnic analyses may identify variants that are more likely to be causal. This large-scale, multi- ethnic meta-analyses identified 28 novel risk loci achieving genome-wide significance. Leading candidates were further studied using single-cell methods for evaluating DNA-damage. DNA-damage promoting activities were confirmed for selected genes by knockdown genes and overexpression studies.

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