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14/2/20 - 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

13/2/20 - Plan to step up Wuhan virus research
Leading researchers have agreed a plan that will see accelerated development of COVID-19 vaccines and other research, it was announced last night. More

12/2/20 - 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

12/2/20 - 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

12/2/20 - Wearable technology to detect early dementia
A global project is to test the benefits of wearable technology to help early detection of neurodegenerative disease, it was announced yesterday. More

11/2/20 - Skin cancer diagnosis apps are poorly regulated and unreliable
Smartphone apps used to diagnose skin cancer are poorly regulated and are often unreliable, British experts warn today. More

11/2/20 - Daily ozone pollution increases risk of death
Daily exposure to ozone pollution in cities across the world is associated with an increased risk of death, the largest study of its kind claims today. More

11/2/20 - Testosterone levels affect risk of metabolic disease and cancers
High testosterone levels may affect the risk of some metabolic diseases and cancers, according to the largest study to date on the genetic regulation of sex hormone levels. More

10/2/20 - 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

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