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A group of diseases that start when the signals that control how much and how often cells divide stop working properly. This causes cells to grow and multiply too much, and eventually to invade other tissues.

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Cancer risk higher in IVF babies with birth defects 2 November 2020 News
Scottish widow may use late husband's sperm for IVF 28 September 2020 News
Scottish woman makes case to use late husband's sperm 21 September 2020 News
'Single gene' condition risk influenced by genetic background 24 August 2020 News
Epigenetic factors control mouse embryo development 3 August 2020 News
Chemotherapy infertility risk more likely discussed with female patients 27 July 2020 News
Human quadruple-stranded DNA discovered 27 July 2020 News
Fertility preservation is effective in female cancer patients 6 July 2020 News
New drug stops cancer cells from repairing their DNA 29 June 2020 News
Clinical results released from a novel blood-based multicancer test 4 May 2020 News
Cancer gene helps regrow heart cells 20 April 2020 News
Over 50 types of cancer diagnosed with new blood test 6 April 2020 News
The UK Supreme Court awards damages for commercial surrogacy 6 April 2020 Comment
UK woman wins claim for NHS to pay US surrogacy costs 6 April 2020 News
Microbial DNA in blood may help diagnose cancer 16 March 2020 News
New genetic test could identify 'high risk' bone marrow cancer patients 16 March 2020 News
Global cancer genome study reveals genetic secrets 10 February 2020 News
Frozen Fertility: The Challenges of Storing Eggs, Sperm and Embryos 27 January 2020 Comment
Association between embryo freezing and cancer risk in children 16 December 2019 News
Twin's testicular transplant may have wider implications 16 December 2019 News
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