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Unexpected eating turns on liver clock genes

New PNAS paper finds that clock-target genes in mice livers become clock controlled only when the animals eat at unexpected times.

Researchers target previously unknown ‘genetic vulnerability’ in breast cancer cells

New Nature paper reports on a genetic vulnerability in nearly 10% of breast cancer tumours, which could be targeted to selectively kill cancer cells.

CCRF partners with British Society of Echocardiography

The partnership will produce the first ever British Society of Echocardiography National review of Stress Echocardiography Practice (BSE N-STEP).