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April 12, 2018
Gene discovery could lead to future individualised therapy in myeloma, researchers find

Researchers have increased the understanding of the complex genetics behind an incurable blood cancer.


The Institute of Cancer Research, London, has conducted a study which has revealed 40 genes involved in the development of myeloma, enhancing the knowledge about the complex genetics associated with this condition.


August 27, 2015
A project to unravel the genetic changes underlying rare disease and cancers of more than 1200 patients and their families who are looked after by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (OUHT) has started

The project will aid research, improve diagnosis and ultimately clinical outcomes so NHS patients can receive care based on cutting edge scientific techniques.


May 29, 2009
Hybrid virus produced using reverse genetics to be made available around the world


February 7, 2008
A leading charity has announced it will increase spending on medical research by 60% to


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