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As part of our #GenomicsConversation week, Anita Murphy talks about how a patient’s genetic information can transform their diabetes care
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This week, we look at a common condition – asthma – and the role our genome plays in its onset
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We bust another Covid-19 myth – this time about how mRNA vaccines work – in our latest blog post
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Covid-19 can’t be treated with antibiotics, so why are patients receiving them and what impact could this have on human health?
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The UK wants to create the world's most advanced genomic healthcare system, with education and training a key component. Here’s what’s in store for 2021/22
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It is now understood that men can be affected by the condition, so what does this mean for treatment?
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A new approach in personalised medicine aims to use genomics to improve risk prediction for cardiovascular disease
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Promising new cancer treatments are emerging, but how does genomics help us identify the patients who need them?
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More than 50 different types of cancer can be detected by the new test, but how will it work?
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A new study has found the first ever polygenic cause for diabetes in children younger than six months of age
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Could we ‘turn off’ our body’s unwanted immune responses? New research has found a genetic switch in our non-coding DNA that could help treat complex allergic disease
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A new study has identified an interaction between two genes that could cause cells in the heart to replicate, opening the door to the first possible curative treatment for heart disease