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Possible benefit from online genetic testing for lung cancer

...nline test assessed the presence or absence of the gstm1 gene, the absence of which has been associated wit...s presenting as higher risk and the other half had gstm1 present. All the gstm1 missing individuals correctly identified themselve...

Online Genetic Testing Appears to Have Benefits

...genomic sciences at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. The online test examined in this study assessed the presence or absence of the gstm1 gene. The absence of the gene has been associated with a slightly increased risk of lung cancer. Half the smokers in the study were missing the gene, ...

Designer diet for prostate cancer

...hat the fifty percent of the population who have a gstm1 gene gain more benefit from eating broccoli than t...is gene. The study showed that the presence of the gstm1 gene had a profound effect on the changes in gene ...ble per week, and maybe a few more if you lack the gstm1 gene, should be encouraged." ...

A Novel Technique That Detects "Cancer Genes" From The Breath Of Smokers

...of the strongest is inheritance of a gene variant, gstm1 positive, which is more efficient than another allele type of the gstm1 gene at detoxifying carcinogens. They found th...ger." Knowing the contribution of inheriting a gstm1 gene form to outcome is also important, she said. ...

“Super Broccoli” Could Confer Better Cancer Protectin

...a lot of green vegetables until then should help significantly in warding off cancer. Lead researcher Professor Richard Mithen said that a gene called gstm1 was responsible for conferring cancer protection. "Some individuals, who lack the gene, appear to get less cancer protection from broccoli than those ...

Vegetarian Food may protect against cancer

... reduced the incidence of lung cancer in people who have inactived genes of gstm1 and GSTT1 and the study results are not correlated to smoking, while these two genes gstm1 and GSTT1 acts as natural detoxifier of reduces the toxic effects and the g...

Cabbage And Genes May Protect Against Lung Cancer

... lung cancer in people who have inactived genes of gstm1 and GSTT1 and the study results are not correlated to smoking. The two genes gstm1 and GSTT1 acts as natural detoxifier of reduces th...as not found protecting in people who had both the gstm1 and GSTT1 gene. In people with inactive form of...

Genetics linked to leukemia treatment success rate in children

...wed that for children in the lower risk group, having TYMS 3/3 genotype may be a risk factor for the disease. For the children in the high-risk group, gstm1 non-null genotype was responsible for treatment failure and recurrence of the disease. The research will be published in the new edition of the j...
GSTM1 in Biological News

Genes linked to treatment resistance in children with leukemia

...ity of chemotherapy drugs in the body, and were therefore likely to have effects on treatment outcomes. In the analysis of the high-risk group, the gstm1 non-null genotype was associated with hematological relapse, a recurrence of the cancer in the blood and bone marrow and the most common reason for tr...
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