Cervical cancer risk, GWAS Han Chinese population:
identified strong evidence of associations between cervical cancer and two new loci：
4q12 (rs13117307， Pcombined， stringently matched = 9.69 × 10E-09， per-allele odds ratio (OR) stringently matched = 1.26) and
17q12 (rs8067378， Pcombined， stringently matched = 2.00 × 10E-08， per-allele OR stringently matched = 1.18).
We additionally replicated an association between HLA-DPB1 and HLA-DPB2 (HLA-DPB1/2) at 6p21.32 and cervical cancer
(rs4282438， Pcombined， stringently matched = 4.52 × 10E-27， per-allele OR stringently matched = 0.75).
||A genome-wide association study identifies two new cervical cancer susceptibility loci at 4q12 and 17q12.
[PMID 28505207] Immuno-related polymorphisms and cervical cancer risk: The IARC multicentric case-control study.
[PMID 28694212] Role of rs13117307 single nuclear polymorphism in the risk of uterine cervical cancer from Polish population and its impact on exocyst complex component 1 expression.