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Tracing Your Roots Via DNA Testing Is Getting Cheaper and Easier

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Breeding Boxers — Introduction To Better Boxer Breeding When thinking about breeding boxers, health should be your first concern since a few genetic diseases are known to affect this breed in particular. Having no DNA testing available means effort and screening have to be performed by reputable Boxer breeders in order to clean up the future bloodlines. Boxer breeding is like breeding any other dog breed: complicated, costly, but incredibly fulfilling.

We use your DNA to help you know more about your health. You receive over 100 reports on genetic traits, mutations, and health risks.

So true. Food is medicine or slow poison, depending on your choice, especially for Diabetics, both types of Diabetes.

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Researchers identify the genetic signature for early, accurate sepsis diagnosis.

Investigators at the Stanford University have identified a pattern of gene activity that could help scientists create a blood test for quickly and accurately detecting whether patients are experiencing a deadly immune-system panic attack known as sepsis. The team state that sepsis is a whole-body inflammation syndrome set off when the immune system wildly over-reacts to the presence of infectious pathogens. It is the leading cause of hospital deaths in the United States, accounting for…

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Look out 2013 "Get set for another local institution to be born." Big Easy Covent Garden coming in 2013

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£120 test to spot genetic heart failure will be available on the NHS

A genetic test to detect potentially fatal heart conditions affecting half a million Britons is being made available in the UK. The blood test – which can detect all known genes for inherited heart conditions – costs £120 and is available on the NHS at only one hospital (stock photograph)

Stem-cell grown skin samples could replace animal testing

First ever stem-cell grown skin samples could replace animal testing for drugs and cosmetics | Independent.co.uk. "King's College London scientists believe the breakthrough will provide a cost-effective alternative for testing drugs and cosmetics...and could also help develop new therapies for skin disorders."

What makes tumours tick? Genomics pave the way for tailored treatments

What makes tumours tick? Genomics pave the way for tailored treatments - Advances in genetic testing are enabling healthcare professionals to personalise treatments for diseases and conditions including cancer, diabetes and HIV -- The cost of sequencing a human genome has fallen from $95m (£66m) in 2001 to just $1,345 (£870), ... This is enabling professionals to tailor treatments based on the results of genetic tests.

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