Specific genes associated with triple-negative breast cancer risk have been identified by multigene hereditary cancer panel testing.
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The largest ever study of its kind has become the first to definitively show an increased risk of blood cancers in relatives of patients.
Researchers have discovered that diabetic women face a dramatically increased chance of developing mouth cancer.
Find out about the of role big data in personalized medicine, the development of ACALM and how this methodology could help predict cancer patient outcomes in our latest interview.
First-time evidence that individuals at risk of developing AML can be identified, years before diagnosis
Researchers have discovered that it is possible to identify individuals at high risk of developing acute myeloid leukaemia years before diagnosis.
The prostate cancer test combines genetic variations linked to prostate cancer and identifies the 1% of men that are at high risk.
A major new analysis has revealed, for the first time, a possible cause for most cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and has discovered that it is likely to be preventable.
Recent news demonstrated that a third of cancer cases in the UK could be prevented through lifestyle changes, what steps can you take as a clinician to help guide your patients lifestyle choices? Find out in this patient perspective blog.
A study conducted by Cancer Research UK (London) has discovered that more than 135,500 cases of cancer a year could be prevented through lifestyle changes.
Researchers have demonstrated that in mice genetically predetermined to have colorectal cancer, Viagra significantly reduces the risk of the disease.