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23/06/2020 - New medicine prevents cancer repairing its DNA
The first clinical trial of a new precision medicine that stops cancer from repairing its DNA has shown promising results, it was revealed last night. More

10/06/2020 - Silenced gene affects ovarian cancer outcome
New research has identified which groups of women with ovarian cancer have better outcomes on platinum chemotherapy treatment. More

10/06/2020 - How the virus invaded Scotland from Europe
The Covid-19 virus reached Scotland days before it was detected from multiple countries, according to a new analysis. More

09/06/2020 - Genetic risk score devised for osteoporosis patients
Genetic researchers have discovered how to predict which individuals with osteoporosis are likely to have fractures. More

08/06/2020 - Genetic susceptibility to virus explored
Human susceptibility to Covid-19 is linked to genetic traits, according to an Italian study. More

04/06/2020 - Biomedical scientists urge protection from false claims
Scientists have called on the European Union to protect biomedical sciences from false claims – amid commercial attempts to exploit stem cell and genetic treatments. More

27/05/2020 - Test for early stage Huntington's disease
A test for the earliest stages of Huntington’s disease could be used to guide treatment, British researchers report today. More

27/05/2020 - Dementia gene linked to severe Covid-19 disease
People who carry two faulty copies of the APOE gene - linked to dementia - are at twice the risk of developing severe Covid-19, scientists have reported. More

06/05/2020 - How the new virus spread and mutated worldwide
SARS-Cov-2 arrived in the UK and other countries through multiple carriers, according to a major genetic analysis unveiled today. More

29/04/2020 - Hope for non-chemo prostate cancer drug
The breast and ovarian cancer drug olaparib may also be effective against prostate cancer. More

23/04/2020 - Uterine cancer-driving mutations occur early in life
An insight into the earliest stages of uterine cancer has been revealed after British scientists discovered cancer-driving mutations that often arise early in life. More

15/04/2020 - Gene clue to heart cell repair
Making a cancer gene overactive could pave the way for the first curative treatment for heart disease, British scientists have announced. More

02/04/2020 - Treatment hope for babies with high-grade glioma
Targeted drugs could be used to treat some infants with high-grade glioma, according to the biggest study to date on the aggressive brain tumour. More

24/03/2020 - Millions pour into Covid-19 research
The UK poured £10 million into key Covid-19 research projects yesterday, backing the search for a vaccine and ready-to-use drugs. More

20/03/2020 - Major gene study offers new insights into human diversity
British scientists have unveiled the most "detailed representation to date" of the diversity of the human genome. More

13/03/2020 - Glaucoma gene therapy shows lab promise
Promising gene editing techniques have been used to treat glaucoma in the lab, it has been announced. More

11/03/2020 - Strong growth factor link to breast cancer
Two new studies, reported today, show how the development of breast cancer is linked to the growth hormone called insulin-like growth factor-1. More

10/03/2020 - Researchers talk about new psychiatric gene map
Spanish researchers have been talking about their role in creating the largest map of psychiatric disorder genes to date. More

21/02/2020 - New CRISPR technique hope for CF patients
Biologists in The Netherlands have shown for the first time that a new type of CRISPR gene editing can safely cure cystic fibrosis in stem cells derived from patients. More

14/02/2020 - Endometrial cancer genetic risks quantified
Some 24 genetic variants have been identified that together significantly increase risk of endometrial cancer, British researchers have reported. More

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