Simpler name for cancer genetic syndrome could save lives

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Simpler name for cancer genetic syndrome could save lives

Names that label certain cancer risk genes as sex- or organ-specific can dissuade people who need to be tested, according to Nature commentary. MEDIA...
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Drugs could treat some aneurysms, gene study suggests

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Drugs could treat some aneurysms, gene study suggests

The study shows how genomic analysis can identify drugs that precisely target specific disease-causing mutations. By Michael McCarthy A collaboration of researchers from the University...
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How Machine Learning Is Crafting Precision Medicine

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How Machine Learning Is Crafting Precision Medicine

By Roy Smythe Insights Contributor   Medicine has become more and more individualized since the days of leeches and humors, but in the last 15...
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Help Us Outsmart the Flu!

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Help Us Outsmart the Flu!

  BBI is announcing the launch of the Seattle Flu Study (SFS) to better understand how influenza and other contagious diseases spread and to...
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BRCA mutations can be deadly or harmless. Now CRISPR can tell the difference

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BRCA mutations can be deadly or harmless. Now CRISPR can tell the difference

By Jay Shendure, Greg Findlay, Lea Starita | Genetic Literacy Project More than 1 million women have had genetic testing of BRCA1 and BRCA2, genes in which mutations...
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