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Concern over 'exaggerated' AI studies
Thurs Mar 26th - Millions of patients could be at risk because of “poor quality” and “exaggerated” studies that claim artificial intelligence (AI) is as good as – or better than – human experts at interpreting medical images, according to an analysis published today. More
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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

12/02/2020 - Micro RNA clue to cancer therapy
A piece of microRNA could open the way for a therapy for bile duct cancer, British researchers reported today. More

12/02/2020 - Gene clue to Alzheimer's protein build-up
Scientists have made new discoveries about the build-up of proteins in the brain during Alzheimer's disease. More

10/02/2020 - New cancer vaccine could boost immunotherapy
Highly mutated cancer cells could be used to create a vaccine to boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy, according to a major new report. More

07/02/2020 - Global study pinpoints cancer's genetic changes
A major international genetic study has identified many of the early mutations that lead to cancer years later, it was announced last night. More

05/02/2020 - New gene links to Alzheimer's
Certain genetic variants may reduce an individual’s likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease, British researchers report today. More

04/02/2020 - Bespoke vaccines could reduce serious bacterial disease
Rates of disease caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae could be substantially reduced if changes are made to vaccination programmes, according to a study published today. More

03/02/2020 - Database for categorising life-supporting genes launched
A new open access database that categorises the genes essential for supporting life has been published – and it could be used to identify mutations for rare childhood diseases, developers say. More

30/01/2020 - One animal transmitted Wuhan virus
A single animal source may be responsible for the outbreak of Wuhan coronavirus causing havoc in China, according to a new scientific analysis. More

29/01/2020 - Down syndrome genes unveiled
Multiple genes are responsible for the problems associated with Down syndrome, British researchers reported last night. More

24/01/2020 - Potential Parkinson's treatment targets two major nerve systems
A non-invasive gene therapy technique that targets a highly specific group of brain cells has the potential to treat Parkinson’s disease, according to a UK study. More

08/01/2020 - New breast cancer gene variants found
Hundreds of genetic risk factors for breast cancer have been identified in a large genome-wide association study, British researchers have announced. More

31/12/2019 - Lung condition linked to body clock
The circadian clock may have an effect on their risk of developing pulmonary fibrosis, researchers have reported. More

23/12/2019 - Genetic risk key to prostate screening - study
A successful prostate screening programme could be targeted at men with high genetic risk, according to a new analysis. More

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