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When to Tell Daughters About a Genetic Breast Cancer Risk – New York Times

New York Times When to Tell Daughters About a Genetic Breast Cancer Risk New York Times In genetic medicine , minors typically are not tested for BRCA mutations, which increase the risk of adult-onset breast and ovarian cancers. Continue reading



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Synpromics Raise 5.2m in its Latest Fundraising Round … – Technology Networks

Synpromics Ltd, the leading synthetic promoter and gene control company, is pleased to announce that it has completed a financing round of 5.2M. Participants included existing investors Calculus Capital, the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise and private shareholders. Synpromics has grown rapidly over the past two years as it expanded its portfolio of international customers Continue reading



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Federal funding for basic research led to the gene-editing revolution. Don’t cut it. – Vox

Outside contributors’ opinions and analysis of the most important issues in politics, science, and culture. Labs across our country are a source of American optimism advancing knowledge, technologies, and cures. And yet, as citizens in 500 cities worldwide prepare to march this weekend in support of science, many American scientific practitioners are afraid. Continue reading



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Scientists discover gene that blocks spread of colon cancer – Medical Xpress

April 21, 2017 by Jane Butler Cancer Histopathologic image of colonic carcinoid. Credit: Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0 Researchers from RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) and the University of Nice, France, have discovered the function of a gene called KCNQ1 that is directly related to the survival of colon cancer patients. The gene produces pore-forming proteins in cell membranes, known as ion channels Continue reading



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Dermatology – Stanford University School of Medicine …

Researchers named Outstanding Investigators by the National Cancer Institute-Howard Chang, Professor of Dermatology isfeaturedthis article…Full Article How to reduce wrinkles without lasers or chemicals – S. Tyler Hollmig, Clinical Assistant professor of Dermatology is featured in this article…Full Article Stanford team is growing healthy skin for ill patients-Jean Tang, Associate Professor of Dermatology;Peter Marinkovich, Associate Professor of Dermatology; andAnthony Oro, Professor of Dermatology are quoted in this article…Full Article KGO TV- Filmmakers Tap Quarterback Legend To Fight Skin Cancer – Susan Swetter, MD, Stanford Professor of Dermatology isfeatured in this article…Full Article Automated dermatologist’ detects skin cancer with expert accuracy- Roberto Novoa, Clinical Assistant Professor is featured in this article…Full Article Deep learning algorithm does as well as dermatologists in identifying skin cancer- Susan Swetter, MD, Justin Ko, MD MBA, Roberto Novoa, MD are featured in this article…Full Article Gene therapy for blistering skin disease appears to enhance healing in clinical trial- Peter Marinkovich, MD, andJean Tang, MD, PhD, Associate Professors of Dermatologyare featured in this articleFull Article Factors to consider before genetic testing -Joyce Teng, Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology is featured in this articleFull Article USPSTF: Not enough proof for visual skin Ca screening- Susan Swetter, MD, Stanford Professor of Dermatology is quoted in this article…Full Article Possible psoriasis drug target identified – Peter Marinkovich, MD, Stanford Associate Professor of Dermatology is featured in this articleFull Story 5 Questions: Susan Swetter on choosing a sunscreen-Susan Swetter, MD, Stanford Professorof Dermatology is featured in this article….Full Article Acne treatments: A Q&A with Stanford dermatologist Justin Ko-Justin Ko, MD, MBA, Stanford clinical assistant professor of Dermatology is featured in this article….Full Article Ultraviolet light-induced Mutation Drives Many Skin Cancers-Paul Khavari, MD, PhD, Carl J Herzog Professor of Dermatology and chair of the Department of Dermatology is quoted on this study…Full Story Disproportionate Rates of Melanoma Found in Marin County-Stanford professor of Dermatology, Susan Swetter, MD,, is featured in this audio forum…Audio Antifungal drug may treat common skin cancer, study finds-Stanford associate professor of Dermatology, Jean Tang, MD, PhD, is featured in this article…Full Story Inflammatory skin damage in mice blocked by bleach solution, study finds…Thomas Leung, MD, PhD, Stanford instructor of Dermatology and lead author comments….Full Story New study: Genes may affect skin youthfulness…Anne Lynn S Chang, MD, Stanford assistant professor of Dermatology comments….SCOPE Blog Melanoma deaths more likely in young men than women…Susan Swetter, MD., professor of Dermatology at Stanford is quoted….Full Story See SCOPE Blog How to weather summer’s health challenges…Playing it safe in the sun…Susan Swetter, MD and Brooks Bahr, MD., Stanford Dermatologists are featured….See Newsletter In The News Archive Current Newsletter Continue reading



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Ambry Genetics Recruits Patient Cohorts to Discover New Links between Genes and Autism – Yahoo Finance

ALISO VIEJO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Ambry Genetics Corporation (Ambry) is calling on psychiatrists, psychologists and behavioral specialists to encourage their patients with autism, along with their family members, to sign up for a new study conducted through Ambrys data sharing program, AmbryShare. With this program, Ambry is taking a step towards discovering possible associations between genes and autism, so clinicians can provide their patients with targeted treatments and therapies much earlier in life. Continue reading



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