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Month: July 2020

Researchers discover hundreds of new genetic variants linked to diabetes

July 23, 2020

The largest study of its kind has demonstrated the power of biobanking, genetics and data analytics to produce new medical insights from enormous pools of patients.

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Researcher Testing Biospecimen Human Sample in the Lab

Liquid Biopsy sees progress for kidney and brain cancer

July 16, 2020

Cancer often progresses under the radar, especially in its early and more treatable stages. When symptoms do arise, definitive diagnosis often requires an invasive surgical procedure. So how can we diagnose cancer earlier for more people with less effort and less discomfort? Liquid biopsy is an emerging technology aimed at addressing all of these concerns, […]

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Gene therapy performed in a lab with a pipette

Promising progress for CRISPR-based sickle-cell disease therapy

July 9, 2020

In a time when good news is desperately needed, researchers are reporting very promising trial results that could yield a robust treatment for inherited blood disorders like sickle cell anemia. The news involves an experimental therapy based on CRISPR, the revolutionary gene-editing technique, and builds on successes we blogged about in December. 

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