There is lots of excitement over the promise of genomic sequencing and how it may create more effective treatments for individuals and personalize care.
A provirus is the genetic material (genome) of a virus that is integrated into the DNA of an infected host cell, as happens during an HIV infection.
There are several non-BRCA gene mutations associated with ovarian cancer. Learn about how being aware of these may affect treatment or prevention.
Lung cancer is increasing in never-smokers, particularly young women. There are several potential causes, as well as factors that are not responsible.
Celiac disease is on the rise, and non-celiac gluten sensitivity may be also. But genetically modified wheat can't be to blame. Learn more.
Learn about how immunotherapy is being used to treat advanced non-small cell lung cancer, including the science behind three specific drugs.
There are genetic factors involved in psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Learn about which genes are known to have an impact.
Learn about the obstacles that are preventing the cure of more cancers, as well as the advancements that have been made to save more lives.
Learn about the difference between early-onset and late-onset Alzheimer's disease when it comes to hereditary and genetic risks of getting the disease.
Genetic testing, also known as DNA testing, can be used for diagnosis, newborn screening, carrier screening, or to predict your risk of a genetic disease.
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