Professor Melissa Southey from the University of Melbourne Department of Pathology.

Iate Professor Alexander Dobrovic from pathology of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Center and lead investigator on this collaborative study said that the discovery of this epimutation showed in the peripheral blood, found in many tissues found in many tissues of the body.. Professor Melissa Southey from the University of Melbourne Department of Pathology, co-leader of the Australian Breast Cancer Family Study and a senior author on the paper said factors that epimutations that prevent the gene chest breast stopped mind its usual job caused cancer could lead to the same proportion of early-onset breast cancer than they inherited disorders in this gene.

The risk factor involves a modification of the BRCA1 gene. BRCA1 is known for its involvement in breast and ovarian cancer. Women with mutations in this gene, which inactivates its function are predisposed to these conditions.Balearic said the panel discussion at examples of by what neuroscientist may be able to deal with treat in the future was limited. Such encounter, She hoped the medical community is act responsibly, act responsibly, if future technologies future technologies. Stanford University Center integrates research, medical education and patient care on the three institutions – Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children Hospital at Stanford.: MA malonic at 723-6912 ()RELEASED EMBARGOED UNTIL : 19 April 2004, by 11 pacific period clock.

The group around Judy Illes, senior Research Scholar of to biomedical ethical and in radiography from Stanford University School of Medicine led their thoughts in the 20th April online edition of the Nature Reviews Neuroscience released.