The 100,000 Genome Project looks to find what causes rare diseases and cancers.
by Jessica Baldwin
by Ryan Rifai
Child rights19 Nov 2015 11:36 GMT
Twelve-year-old Garrett's greatest worry is that he will one day forget his mother, who died from cancer four years ago.
Magazine30 Oct 2015 08:03 GMT
"For a few moments, as she floated in the sea, there was no walker or cane, no cancer, just life ...."
The Cure17 Aug 2015 14:05 GMT
A new experimental therapy helps tackle genetic disorders by addressing their root cause - faulty genes.
TechKnow16 Jun 2015 10:41 GMT
How surgeons use military technology in the operating theatre to see cancer in the dark; plus, CT scanning for fossils.
Health22 May 2015 21:51 GMT
Researchers hope canines could help diagnose cancers in their early stages, avoiding some other invasive methods.
Science & Technology03 Jan 2015 21:59 GMT
Technique using high-energy beams to destroy cancer cells in static tumours is being developed to treat moving ones.
Health02 Jan 2015 09:25 GMT
Two-thirds of cancer cases are not influenced by heredity or risky habits, but lack of biological luck, say scientists.
TechKnow11 Dec 2014 17:20 GMT
We delve into the mystery behind the science of canine high-powered scent detectors and ask if dogs can smell cancer.
TechKnow06 Dec 2014 11:12 GMT
Are health claims for the new generation of e-cigarettes true, or are they a smokescreen?
The Cure19 Nov 2014 09:21 GMT
Rebuilding faces with techniques borrowed from the film industry.
Health27 Aug 2014 20:21 GMT
Residents near Canada's vast oil sands region say high cancer rates is being caused by pollution from mining.
Witness01 Nov 2012 13:47 GMT
An American ecologist probes the effects of chemical industry polluting water supplies, while battling cancer.
People & Power12 Jan 2012 15:01 GMT
People & Power goes undercover to investigate the clinics offering cancer patients little but false hope.
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