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Translating germline cancer genomics into precision prevention of cancer

Clare Turnbull, Professor of Translational Cancer Genetics, Institute of Cancer Research

Translating Germline Cancer Genomics into Precision Prevention of Cancer

It is well known that early detection and monitoring of cancer greatly improves patient prognosis. However, specific interventions are only […]

Regulating human germline genome editing

Researchers have recently published a paper describing how the development of an ‘informed adaptive consensus’ approach to regulating human germline […]

Uncovering processes that drive germline mutations

A new study, published in Science, has used computational analysis to reveal the mechanisms behind germline mutations. Their findings have […]

Opinion: morally, is germline genome editing all that different to IVF?

Helen C. O’Neill has explored how the global reaction to the birth of genome-edited twins in 2018 echoed the condemnation […]

Exceptional cancer case offers new hope for diagnosis and treatment

Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have described the exceptional case of a 36-year-old woman who has […]

World of Genomics: Sweden

In our latest World of Genomics piece, we are heading to Sweden – a Nordic country famous for its breath-taking […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 8th October

Written by Aaron Khemchandani, Science Writer. Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and […]

Transmission of epigenetic memory across multiple generations

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer. New research from UC Santa Cruz has shown that transgenerational epigenetic inheritance (the inheritance […]

World of Genomics: India

The Republic of India is the most populous democracy in the world, and is a highly diverse country with thousands […]