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Another code within DNA has been discovered by scientists -- a finding that the researchers say sheds light on how changes to DNA affect health.
While women fighting breast cancer have the powerful pink ribbon on their side and men promote prostate health with fashionable facial hair , not all cancers garner the same level of public interest.
It's a growing side effect of modern medicine: A test for one condition turns up something completely unrelated.
Sponges are getting squeezed out of a distinctive role in evolution. A new study says they don't represent the oldest branch of the animal family tree after all.
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The report stresses, however, that recent budget cuts and years-long flat funding can only delay efforts to translate research into effective treatments for millions of individuals with cancer.
File photo dated 02/03/12 of a maths exam in progress as hundreds of thousands of teenagers are receiving their GCSE results amid predictions that fewer pupils will score decent passes in key subjects such as science and maths.
Women with aggressive breast cancer who receive combination targeted therapy with chemotherapy prior to surgery have a slightly improved chance of staying cancer-free, researchers say.
A statistical analysis using the natural and orthogonal interaction model showed increased power over existing approaches for detecting genetic effects and interactions when applied to the genome-wide melanoma dataset.
"Why is my dog so fat?" Allison is becoming very frustrated as she has watched Rufus, her 8-year-old dachshund mix, turn into what she describes as a sausage.
From left Helen Farrent, in butterfly costume, the manager of the charity shop which has opened in Victoria Road, with Didcot manager Debbie Hamilton-Farey A CHARITY dedicated to raising vital funds towards medical research into a rare and painful skin condition has chosen Swindon to open its newest store in the South West.
NLG919 is a small-molecule, orally bioavailable, immune checkpoint inhibitor designed to counteract a fundamental mechanism by which tumors evade immune-mediated destruction.
The day when a simple blood test or saliva sample can identify your risk for medical conditions ranging from cancer to Alzheimer's disease seems tantalizingly close.
For William Suter, a good night's sleep was an elusive dream. He snored all night and felt tired every day.
Treating depression using selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is often a trial-and-error process, but new research appearing in the journal Translational Psychiatry lays the foundation for a new genetic test that could allow doctors to provide patients with a personalized treatment program.
Geologic Processes Deep Inside Earth: New Light On Genetic Makeup of Earth's Deep Microbial Life and Geochemistry of Lavas - Scientists at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography are shedding light on the genetic makeup of Earth's deep microbial life and the geochemistry of the lavas that form the Earth's crust through ... (more)