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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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Test reliably detects tumor mutations in blood of patients with advanced prostate cancer

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Test reliably detects tumor mutations in blood of patients with advanced prostate cancer

Sequencing cell-free DNA found in blood plasma could provide patients with advanced disease an alternative to biopsy By Michael McCarthy Researchers from the Brotman...
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Learn more about the Flu@home Research Study

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Learn more about the Flu@home Research Study

BBI is announcing the launch of the Flu@home Research Study, a component of the Seattle Flu Study announced earlier this year. Flu@home will pilot...
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2 million-cell experiment traces how a mammal grows, cell by single cell

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2 million-cell experiment traces how a mammal grows, cell by single cell

The very early days of growth, long before we are born, are a time of incredible development. In a relatively short period of time,...
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