A new study by Cancer Research UK has found that more than 135,500 cases of cancer every year in the UK could be prevented through lifestyle changes.
A new study has identified two genes associated with hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
The FDA has approved Seattle Genetics’ Hodgkin’s lymphoma treatment, which is the first to be approved to treat the disease in over 40 years.
There is a disconnect between scientists and the public when it comes to genomics. What is the public’s understanding of genomics and why is this important?
New research suggests that many people’s health problems brought on by single-gene mutations are getting misdiagnosed.
Color’s new DNA test identifies inherited heart conditions, where the idea is for customers to work with their doctor to come up with a plan to detect conditions early and prevent medical problems.
A team of researchers is finding different ways of using existing drugs to treat the rarest of diseases, saving huge research costs.
Cells made by fusing a normal human muscle cell with a muscle cell from a person with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy were able to significantly improve muscle function when implanted into the muscles of a mouse model of the disease.
FDA Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb has critiqued health insurers, as he homes in on the increasingly popular target of rebates in the drug pricing debate.
Using an epigenetic mechanism, romidepsin restored gene expression and alleviated social deficits in animal models of autism.