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18/01/2018 - Analysis backs cancer gene screening for all women
All women should be screened for genes for breast and ovarian cancers, according to an analysis published today. More

12/01/2018 - Impact of BRCA on early breast cancer studied
Young women who are treated for early breast cancer do not face any immediate increased risk if they carry BRCA mutations, British researchers say today. More

10/01/2018 - Obesity prevention gene found in Pakistan and Greenland
A newly analysed gene is linked to the risk of obesity via the malfunction of a protein controlling appetite control, researchers reported last night. More

09/01/2018 - Five new genetic diseases identified
Five new genetic diseases have been identified, paving the way for potential new treatments, it was announced last night. More

05/01/2018 - Diabetes autoimmune mechanism uncovered
A mechanism has been identified that amplifies the autoimmune reaction in an early stage of pancreatic islet autoimmunity before it progresses to type 1 diabetes. More

04/01/2018 - How alcohol damages DNA
Researchers have discovered some of the exact ways that alcohol causes genetic damage that may trigger the development of cancer. More

15/12/2017 - Gene link to early-onset breast cancer
British researchers have found a genetic variant underlying the development of breast cancer in young women, it was announced today. More

11/12/2017 - Melanoma genes may indicate broader risk
People who have family members with inherited mutations linked to risk of melanoma also have an increased risk of the disease themselves – even if they do not carry the genetic variants, a new Swedish study has shown. More

07/12/2017 - Genetic evidence that education reduces Alzheimer’s risk
A genetics study out today has added further weight to the theory that education helps to protect against Alzheimer’s disease. More

14/11/2017 - Genes reveal secrets to bladder cancer
A set of genes could hold the secret to the most common form of bladder cancer and lead to better targeted treatment, researchers in Leeds, UK, have reported. More

07/11/2017 - AI to predict radiotherapy side-effects
A “big data” project is seeking to build a model that can predict the risk of side-effects from radiotherapy for prostate cancer, a conference will be told today. More

06/11/2017 - Progress on cancer care at Liverpool conference
A drug currently used for ovarian cancer could have the potential to work against glioblastoma because it permeate the blood brain barrier, a major English conference on cancer was being reported today. More

02/11/2017 - Gene test to monitor BRCA disease treatment
A new blood test can monitor changes to cancer-causing genes during treatment for breast and ovarian disease, researchers announced today. More

01/11/2017 - Anti-ageing gene therapy passes lab test
Scientists in Barcelona have unveiled proposals for a gene therapy to protect against age-related cognitive and memory defects. More

01/11/2017 - Cancer prevention genes reported
British scientists have reported 27 new genes that they believe are involved in preventing the development of cancer. More

31/10/2017 - Aptamers as allergy treatment
RNA aptamers are showing promise as a treatment for contact allergy, German researchers have reported. More

24/10/2017 - Genetic variants linked to breast cancer discovered
A major international study has identified 72 new genetic variants that contribute to the risk of developing breast cancer. More

24/10/2017 - Genetic test could help to fight secondary breast cancer
A new genetic test could help thousands of breast cancer patients at risk of developing aggressive secondary tumours. More

20/10/2017 - Mutations that trigger cancer
The number of mutations need to make a cell cancerous is “small,” according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

29/09/2017 - Glioblastoma ten diseases
Glioblastoma is ten different diseases, each with specific genetic faults, British researchers reported last night. More

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