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Scientists at Oregon Health & Science University successfully removed harmful gene mutations from human embryos.
Khloe's concern is not uncommon—and the episode raised important awareness about the BRCA gene mutations.
Westmoreland wants to harness the healing powers of the particular LIN28A gene mutation found in the fertile clones’ kids.
Researchers from 300 institutions around the world combined forces to discover 72 previously unknown gene mutations that lead to the development of breast cancer.
That was certainly the case with Ms. Kenyon’s discovery in 1993 that a single-gene mutation could double the lifespan of worms.
This realization led his team to discover a genetic mutation called the Mexican founder mutation, which is responsible for about 10 percent of breast cancer gene mutations in the Hispanic community and could help docs ID women at high risk sooner.
Pinpointing the gene mutations, normally a tedious and time-consuming process, helps physicians match a type of cancer with the best kind of treatment, said Nicole Kusold-Matheou, marketing manager for GenomOncology.
Those with certain gene mutations can especially benefit from this combination of B vitamins.
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