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Diagnosis/diagnose

Detecting and describing a disease based on its symptoms (as experienced and reported by the patient) and/or its signs (as observed and understood by a doctor or clinician).



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Child brain cancer redefined as 10 different diseases

02 October 2017 - by Dr Molly Godfrey

Deadly childhood brain tumours are highly diverse and can be divided into 10 different subtypes, according to new research... [Read More]

Complaint on Irish IVF clinic's 'misleading' advert upheld

02 October 2017 - by Julianna Photopoulos

A complaint about radio and internet advertisements for a major IVF clinic in Ireland has been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland... [Read More]

Genome editing targets beta-thalassemia in human embryos

02 October 2017 - by Dr Rachel Brown

A genome editing technique called 'base editing' has been used to correct the mutation causing the inherited blood disorder beta-thalassemia in human embryos... [Read More]

What does consent mean for Generation Genome?

18 September 2017 - by Professor Becki Bennett

A public event held on 11 September 2017, Manchester by the Progress Educational Trust... [Read More]

Liquid DNA biopsies could be used for cancer screening

21 August 2017 - by Dr Loredana Guglielmi

US researchers have developed a new blood test to detect cancer-related DNA alterations before patients experience symptoms... [Read More]

Children's visual attention is genetically controlled

17 July 2017 - by Annabel Slater

How infants look at the world is strongly controlled by genetics, a new study has found... [Read More]

ABC v St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust: an arguable duty to disclose familial genetic risks

10 July 2017 - by Victoria Chico

In ABC v St Georges NHS Trust, the daughter of a man with Huntington's disease sued the UK hospital caring for her father, claiming that they had a duty of care to share the father's diagnosis with her, even against his wishes... [Read More]

Generation Genome - sequencing is future for NHS, says report

10 July 2017 - by Jennifer Willows

The Chief Medical Officer of England's annual report has recommended that personalised medicine approaches be adopted widely within the NHS.

What next for genomics? Providing answers, changing lives, transforming the NHS

10 July 2017 - by Dr Rachel Brown

A packed public event, produced by the Progress Educational Trust in partnership with Genomics England, saw the Chief Medical Officer for England launch her report 'Generation Genome'... [Read More]

Bristol hospital IVF unit to close

26 June 2017 - by Dr Kimberley Bryon-Dodd

From November 2017, patients will no longer be able to receive IVF at the Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Southmead Hospital... [Read More]

Lifetime cancer risk predicted for BRCA mutation carriers

26 June 2017 - by Lea Goetz

A study of almost 10,000 women carrying BRCA mutations has revealed the best estimate yet of their risk in developing breast and ovarian cancer... [Read More]

Event Review: Exploring the sociology of mitochondrial donation

12 June 2017 - by Dr Cathy Herbrand and Dr Rebecca Dimond

The UK's first symposium to discuss the sociology of mitochondrial disorders and novel reproductive technologies took place on 5 May 2017 in London. The event aimed to develop sociological thought around mitochondrial donation, based on invited contributions from social scientists who have conducted empirical research... [Read More]

Genetic disorders: empowering patients and families through information

12 June 2017 - by Arti Patel

'I've got the diagnosis, now what?' is one of the first questions families ask when they contact us at Unique, the UK-based organisation for rare chromosome and genomic disorders... [Read More]

Baby teeth suggest autism link with lead uptake in womb

05 June 2017 - by Lea Goetz

The risk of developing autism may be affected by mineral exposure in the womb, suggests a study in twins... [Read More]

Radio Review: One to One - Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding

05 June 2017 - by Arit Udoh

The first of two episodes of the One-to-One programme about people from families affected by genetic diseases: exploring the emotional impact of a family member's diagnosis and how relatives decide whether or not to find out if the condition will also affect them... [Read More]

Autism and smoking during pregnancy - a mitochondrial inheritance

30 May 2017 - by Professor David Skuse

In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number of children diagnosed with autism. There is seemingly one in every classroom, most of them boys; some are quiet and nerdy, others may be disruptive and aggressive. Most have normal intelligence, and can be educated in mainstream schools. Parents of such children  question why one child is affected... [Read More]

Sperm 'radar' sorts the good from the bad

30 May 2017 - by Shaoni Bhattacharya

A giant scanner has been successfully used to sort 'good' sperm from 'bad'... [Read More]

100-year-old method to flush fallopian tubes may cut need for IVF

22 May 2017 - by Dr Katie Howe

Flushing the fallopian tubes of infertile women with poppyseed oil increases their chances of conceiving, according to a new study... [Read More]

Daughter wins right to sue father's doctors in confidentiality case

22 May 2017 - by Jennifer Willows

A woman whose father has Huntington’s disease has won the right to sue his doctors for negligence, for failing to tell her... [Read More]

Gene therapy heals severe bone breaks

22 May 2017 - by Marcia Costa

A new method combining stem cell and gene therapy with ultrasound and microbubbles has demonstrated an efficient way to heal severe bone fractures... [Read More]

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CROSSING FRONTIERS

Moving the Boundaries of Human Reproduction

Public Conference
London
8 December 2017

Speakers include

Professor Azim Surani

Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz

Professor Robin Lovell-Badge

Sally Cheshire

Professor Guido Pennings

Katherine Littler

Professor Allan Pacey

Dr Sue Avery

Professor Richard Anderson

Dr Elizabeth Garner

Dr Jacques Cohen

Dr Anna Smajdor

Dr Andy Greenfield

Vivienne Parry

Dr Helen O'Neill

Dr César Palacios-González

Philippa Taylor

Fiona Fox

Sarah Norcross


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