Author Correction: Genetic alterations in the 3q26.31-32 locus confer an aggressive prostate cancer phenotype

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Correction to: Communications Biology, published online 14 August 2020.

In the original version of the published Article, the following affiliation was incorrectly included for author Niedzica Camacho: “Department of Pathology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, New York for Genomics Research, Discovery Sciences, Biopharmaceutical R&D, AstraZeneca, Cambridge, UK”. This affiliation has been removed in the PDF and HTML versions of the Article.

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Correspondence to Hayley C. Whitaker.

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Simpson, B.S., Camacho, N., Luxton, H.J. et al. Author Correction: Genetic alterations in the 3q26.31-32 locus confer an aggressive prostate cancer phenotype. Commun Biol 3, 570 (2020).

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