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22/01/2021 - Dermatological map could lead to new treatments
A newly created skin cell map offers a “huge leap” in understanding of disease and could pave the way for potential drug treatments for painful skin diseases, British researchers say. More

19/01/2021 - Geneticists warn of "coercive" collection of DNA
Genetics experts have called for scientific journals to re-examine academic papers where there are question marks over consent for DNA collection. More

05/01/2021 - Genetic variants increase prostate risk for those of African ancestry
Black men have genetic variants that put them at greater risk of developing prostate cancer than white or Asian men, a study published last night has revealed. More

04/01/2021 - Autism link to genetic conditions highlighted
Children with several genetic conditions may need support for autism - even if the condition is not fully diagnosed, according to a new study by researchers in Cardiff. More

30/12/2020 - Progress against challenging cancer mutation
Scientists have discovered a new method for targeting the KRAS mutation, involved in a number of cancers, it has been announced. More

29/12/2020 - Gene test will adjust cancer care
The NHS is to fund a high speed genetic test to help improve cancer treatment with fluoropyrimidines, it has been announced. More

21/12/2020 - New strain puts UK in quarantine
The UK was Europe’s sickest nation today as government scientists confirmed the country was being afflicted by a highly infectious new strain of the COVID-19 virus. More

14/12/2020 - Genes point to severe COVID illness
Scottish researchers have identified five genes linked to patients developing the most severe forms of COVID-19, it has been announced. More

01/12/2020 - Quicker cancer diagnoses thanks to new DNA scanning method
A major breakthrough in genome sequencing could help medical experts diagnose cancers and rare diseases faster than ever before, it was announced yesterday. More

06/11/2020 - Gene therapy regenerates optic nerve
New treatments for glaucoma are a step closer after gene therapy was found to regenerate damaged nerve fibres in the eye, British researchers say. More

15/10/2020 - New genes linked to developmental disorders
Scientists have identified 285 genes, including 28 newly associated genes, linked to developmental disorders, it was announced last night. More

09/10/2020 - CRISPR/Cas9 pioneers win Nobel Prize
Two scientists whose work has revolutionised the treatment of haematological diseases have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. More

30/09/2020 - DNA repair drug benefits advanced cancer
A novel treatment for advanced cancer has shown promising results in a recent trial, British researchers have announced. More

25/09/2020 - Human heart atlas could guide personalised treatments
A cellular and molecular map of the healthy human heart has been created to help clinicians understand what goes wrong in cardiovascular disease. More

18/09/2020 - Public 'need to be reassured about genomic testing'
More work is needed to raise levels of public trust in how genomic data is used, according to the largest undertaken yet about attitudes towards genomic research. More

10/09/2020 - Genetic vulnerability in breast cancer cells discovered
A genetic vulnerability that is present in nearly 10% of all breast cancer tumours has been discovered, scientists have announced. More

08/09/2020 - Genotype testing improves paediatric asthma care
Personalising treatments according to genetic differences could help some children with asthma, a medical congress will hear today (8 September 2020). More

07/09/2020 - Link found between genes and penicillin allergy
A link between genes and penicillin allergy has been discovered by an international team of scientists. More

17/08/2020 - Scientists find MS protection gene
Swedish researchers have found a key gene that could help to prevent the progression of multiple sclerosis. More

10/08/2020 - Compounds used as 'anti-evolution' drugs to combat antibiotic resistance
A novel strategy has been developed to use compounds as anti-evolution drugs to help combat resistance to antibiotics. More

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