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We all know what DNA looks like, or do we? We take a look at why the quadruple helix can occur and how it could unlock new avenues for cancer therapy
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Could the DNA in our bloodstream provide a way to detect cancer? Recent research looks at a novel approach to screening through a new type of blood test
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A newly published study could mark a major milestone in understanding the microbiome and the role in can play in disease development
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You’ve seen the headlines and heard people talk about having ‘the gene for’ x, y or z – but do you know the facts behind the headlines?
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A new study into metastatic cancers highlights the significant potential for WGS in deepening understanding of the disease and improving treatment options
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As the NHS prepares to roll out genomic testing for all children with cancer, we look at the power of genomics in selecting and trialling new targeted therapies
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Survival rates for breast cancer are better than ever, but what can a focus on genomics bring to the table?
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Information for neurology, clinical genetics and gastroenterology has been added to our collection of resources for specialists
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The power and pitfalls of applying genomics in clinical genetics today are explored in a newly published piece in Clinical Medicine journal
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The Festival of Genomics London is the UK’s largest genomics event where people from all corners of the genomics industry meet to learn and share expertise.