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Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] Three (hundred) blind mice help scientists uncover the genes behind vision lossResearchers in California studied the DNA of mice to identify sight-loss genesThey say the findings could explain currently unknown conditions in peopleOnly around 50 to 75 per cent of hereditary eye disease can be identifiedBy Sam Blanchard Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 11:58 EST, 24 December 2018 | Updated: 17:43 EST, 24 December 2018 They were pests to...

Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] A drug commonly given out by the NHS to breast-cancer patients may affect their brain function and memory, research suggests.Letrozole is primarily used to treat breast cancer and was prescribed 755,866 times last year in the UK, NHS Digital statistics show. Although Cancer Research UK states up to 30 per cent of patients experience side effects like hot flushes and fatigue, new research suggests the medication's complications may be far more serious. When given to monkeys, the drug reduced the function of their brain cells in a region known...

Fitness / 27.12.2018

[ad_1] The family of a ten-year-old boy battling cancer has to travel 120 miles every week for medical treatment.Oliver Brown, from Plymouth, was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer two-and-a-half years ago.The nearest treatment centre that can provide him specialist care is in Bristol – costing the family £120 for a return trip every week. Oliver, pictured with his brother, is one of many young cancer patients...