Monthly Archives: June 2010

The gene related to breast cancer may have role in prostate cancer

Accoring to Netdoctor news Scientists have discovered that the way prostate cancer develops in men with a faulty ‘breast cancer gene’ is the same by which breast cancer develops in women with the same gene fault. Cancer Research UK-funded scientists … Continue reading

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GENEtics – GAMY Rap voting now open!

The Scientist video awards, readers’ choice is now open for voting. The following address takes you directly to the voting pages on the-scientist.com website and the GENEtics GAMY Project Rap is the second entry listed. Enjoy the video and don’t … Continue reading

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GAMY Rap makes top 5!

The Scientist magazine have contacted the GAMY team to let us know that we have been shortlisted as one of the five finalists for best video in their multi-media awards. “GENEticS” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OnwOKiMVb8&feature=channel) is a genetics rap put together as part … Continue reading

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Genetic mutations linked to childhood autism

A new genetic test for autism in children is now a step closer after the world’s largest study into the disability discovered a number of genetic links to the condition. Researchers found dozens of rogue genes in more than 1,000 … Continue reading

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A new approach to cancer treatment

A ‘completely different approach’ to cancer treatment BBC news by Alex Hudson “Up until very recently, all patients with breast cancer were basically given the same therapy. “We now clearly know that’s not the right way to do things.” Professor … Continue reading

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