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Achilles heel found for previously “undruggable” cancer gene

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An "undruggable" cancer gene which has evaded treatment for 30 years could finally be conquered following a breakthrough by US ...

Dog cloning to arrive in Britain

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One British owner will be offered a genetic replica of their dog for free as part of the UK launch ...

Genetic test could spare thousands from chemotherapy

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Doctors could use the test to determine whether or not a patient's cancer is likely to spread to other parts ...

Heart attack damage repaired using gene therapy

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Heart attacks cause cells in the affected area to stop beating and become encased in scar tissue, but researchers believe ...

Largest genetic study of developmental disorders in children underway in UK

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The following is an edited excerpt. By analyzing the genes of children with undiagnosed developmental disorders and those of their ...

GE purple tomato may help to fight cancer

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The following is an edited excerpt. British scientists have created purple tomatoes that appear to protect against cancer The GM ...

Genetic screening for cancer ‘within five years’

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The following is an excerpt. A major research drive involving more than 1,000 experts has revealed more than 80 genes ...

Mice ‘cured’ of lung cancer with gene therapy

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The following is an excerpt. Mice with up to 200 tumours have been completely cured of lung cancer using a ...
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We’ll see human cloning ‘within 50 years’

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Telegraph.co.ukHuman cloning 'within 50 years'Telegraph.co.ukSir John Gurdon, whose work cloning frogs in the 1950s and 60s led to the later ...

Science Minister: more focus needed on agricultural research, including GM

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Britain must place a renewed focus on agricultural research including GM projects, or risk falling behind other countries like Brazil, ...