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Article ID: 691472

Hidden Variation

Harvard Medical School

Different tissues have shockingly variable sensitivities to genes that drive normal and malignant cell proliferation, study shows. Research unmasks hundreds of cancer-driving genes invisible to gene sequencing. Findings could explain why individual cancer drivers appear in some tumors and not others, could inspire tissue-specific strategies for cancer treatment.

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Gene-Based Test for Urine Detects, Monitors Bladder Cancer

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Researchers at The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a test for urine, gathered during a routine procedure, to detect DNA mutations identified with urothelial cancers.

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Pap Test Fluids Used In Gene-Based Screening Test for Two Gyn Cancers

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Cervical fluid samples gathered during routine Papanicolaou (Pap) tests are the basis of a new screening test for endometrial and ovarian cancers developed by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

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Article ID: 691560

Researchers Discover New Accuracies in Cancer-Fighting, Nano Drug Delivery

Missouri University of Science and Technology

A promising discovery for advanced cancer therapy reveals that the efficiency of drug delivery in DNA nanostructures depends on their shapes, say researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology and the University of Kansas in a scientific paper published today (March 21, 2018).

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21-Mar-2018 7:05 PM EDT
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Article ID: 691532

Parkinson’s Gene Initiates Disease Outside of the Brain

Thomas Jefferson University

The most common gene mutation associated with Parkinson’s alters cells circulating outside the brain, not within, offering a new understanding of what causes the disease.

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21-Mar-2018 2:20 PM EDT
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Article ID: 691524

Early Life Adversity for Parents Linked to Delayed Development of Their Children

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s report in the journal Pediatrics a link between parents impacted by adverse childhood experiences and increased risk for delayed development of their children at age two.

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21-Mar-2018 12:45 PM EDT
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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Treats First Patient on the West Coast Using Gene Therapy

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

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UNC Pediatrics Delivers Investigational Genome Editing Therapy in Clinical Trial for the Rare Hunter Syndrome

University of North Carolina Health Care System

This week, a 40-year-old patient was treated at UNC’s Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) with SB-913, an investigational genome editing therapy for individuals with mucopolysaccharidosis type II (MPS II), a rare lysosomal storage disorder also known as Hunter syndrome.

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Two Genes Likely Play Key Role in Extreme Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

A new study has identified two genes associated with hyperemesis gravidarum, whose cause has not been determined in previous studies. The genes, known as GDF15 and IGFBP7, are both involved in the development of the placenta and play important roles in early pregnancy and appetite regulation.

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Surgeons at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Treat the Hospital’s First Patient with Gene Therapy

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Surgeons at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles treat the hospital’s first patient with gene therapy

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