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20/02/2019 - Genetic match critical in kidney transplant
Several genetic characteristics are important in donor-recipient compatibility in kidney transplants, Austrian researchers have found. More

05/02/2019 - Oesophageal cancer genes mapped
More than half the mutations that cause oesophageal adenocarcinoma could be targeted by drugs currently in trials for other cancer types, according to research published in Nature Genetics last night. More

22/01/2019 - Osteoarthritis genes unveiled
Fifty-two new genetic changes linked to osteoarthritis have been discovered in the largest genetic study of the degenerative joint disease to date, it was announced last night. More

17/01/2019 - Haemochromatosis gene's impact on carriers
A genetic variant that causes haemochromatosis is more dangerous than previously thought, according to a new UK analysis. More

16/01/2019 - Breast cancer risk calculator unveiled
A new method of calculating breast cancer risk is to be available for wide use by primary care practitioners and genetic counsellors, it has been announced. More

14/01/2019 - Faster test to diagnose Huntington's disease
A method to speed up the genetic diagnosis of Huntington’s disease has been reported by Swiss researchers. More

08/01/2019 - Female heart risk gene pin-pointed
A British-led study has identified the first gene linked to a major cause of acute coronary syndrome in young women, it was announced last night. More

27/12/2018 - Hope for new lung cancer therapy
UK researchers are investigating the use of drugs commonly used for breast cancer to treat drug-resistant lung cancer. More

17/12/2018 - Panel could lead to global oversight of gene editing
An international inquiry has been launched into human gene editing following the controversy over the activities of a Chinese doctor. More

14/12/2018 - Genetic discoveries offer new asthma hope
British researchers have found new genetic variants associated with severe asthma, leading to hope of new treatments to control mucus, it has been announced. More

06/12/2018 - Genome project moves to 5m target
A major UK genetics project has reached its main objective – sequencing 100,000 genomes of NHS patients, it has been announced. More

19/11/2018 - Oncolytic virus enhancement proposed
British researchers have successfully enhanced a cancer-killing virus that is currently under clinical trial, it was announced today. More

16/11/2018 - Circadian genes may improve radiotherapy
Genetic analysis can be used to determine the best time of day to deliver radiotherapy to individual patients, British researchers have reported. More

17/10/2018 - DNA errors studied in dementia
Researchers have shown how DNA errors contribute to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. More

12/10/2018 - Sons' puberty age linked to mothers' first period
The age at which young women have their first period is linked to their sons’ age at puberty – suggesting a genetic connection, researchers report today. More

09/10/2018 - Cheap DNA test to predict cardiovascular risk?
A cheap, one-off DNA test early in life could predict if someone had a high risk of a heart attack, according to new international research published last night. More

25/09/2018 - Hope for mitochondria disease gene therapy
British researchers have developed a gene therapy which shows promise for treating patients with mitochondrial disease, it was announced last night. More

21/09/2018 - Genetic mutation link to dangerous fungal spores risk
A genetic mutation in humans has been discovered that is linked to a 17-fold increase in the number of dangerous fungal spores in the lungs. More

18/09/2018 - Blood pressure study reveals 500 new gene regions
The largest global genetic study of its kind has found more than 500 new gene regions that influence hypertension, it was announced last night. More

13/09/2018 - Huntington's test developed
A test, developed by British scientists, may detect very early signs of Huntington's disease, it was announced last night. More

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