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Cancer disproportionately affects the old. lnmurrey

Ageing cells reveal features of cancer

The older we get, the higher our risk of cancer. With age, we accumulate exposure to environments and chemicals that increase…
The epigenome is changed by what we eat and drink, smoking, stress, pollution, sun exposure and other environmental factors. Ateh42/Flickr

Meet the epigenome: the next genomic frontier

Thanks to the Human Genome Project we now have a complete genomic map. But, simply having a map doesn’t give you all the information. For a map to be useful, you still need know where to go, the best way…

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