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Queensland scientists have identified a genetic "switch" that indicates whether breast cancer is aggressive and likely to spread. The discovery may provide a clearer prognosis for breast cancer patients
Closed captioning of: New hope for targeting breast cancer NEW YORK — Scientists reported Sunday that they have completed a major analysis of the genetics of breast cancer, finding four major classes the
Just four months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled genes can't be patented, Myriad Genetics is seeing some competition. Remember when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled genes can't be patented? Well, now we're
Thousands of women with breast cancer could be spared chemotherapy following NHS approval of a test which can help establish who needs the treatment and who might not. The first step in treatment for cancer
A national screening programme for prostate cancer could be introduced by the NHS following an international effort by more than 1,000 scientists to unravel the genetic causes of prostate, breast and cancer.
Research announced on Wednesday brings us a step closer to genetic testing for prostate and breast cancers. Although we are really excited about these findings, it is important to emphasise that these
On Wednesday, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) introduced bills to the Senate and House of Representatives that would require food manufacturers to clearly label any product
Are you at-risk for Alzheimer's? Are you predisposed to Parkinson's? Do you have an increased chance of cancer? A new breakthrough in science lets you stop guessing and start knowing. The science of genetics
The first IVF baby to be screened using a procedure that can read every letter of the human genome has been born in the US. Connor Levy was born on 18 May after a Philadelphia couple had cells from their
As the promise of personalized medicine attracts more and more attention in the medical profession, those hopes are being pinned on your DNA. We readily use the term "genetic testing" in daily conversations.
A decade ago, researchers completed what was one of the greatest scientific achievements of our time when they decoded the last of the three billion letters that make up the human genome. Since then, cost
Feeling stressed or overwhelmed at the thought of prenatal genetic testing? You're not alone. Pinterest The risks of most genetic testing are more emotional than physical, says Ellen Simpson, Ph.D., a
Lorraine Barnes suffered a heart attack in 2005 and has lived with the consequences – extreme exhaustion and breathlessness – ever since. "I was separated from my husband and so my children, Charlotte