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.
Could you find your soul mate using DNA? The future of dating revealed
While in recent years DNA research has been cost prohibitive, the price of DNA sequencing has fallen from around $78 million (£52 million) in 2003 to $980 (£650) today. Greater affordability will allow for more research, and by 2040 people may have a clear understanding of the role our DNA plays in attraction
First Lady Michelle Obama always suspected that she had white ancestors. But she had no idea who they were. With DNA testing and research, I was able to solve that mystery and finally identify the white forbears who had remained hidden in her family tree for more than a century. All across the country, growing… Read more