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Modern approaches to cancer therapy are based on diagnosing the disease at the level of the DNA. Drugs, such as Herceptin, can then be targeted at those patients with a particular genetic profile. This can produce better results as well as eliminating unnecessary therapy in patients who would otherwise not respond to treatment

Forensic cancer treatment: Personalised drugs therapy becoming a reality with hopes for improvement in survival rates

A decade ago it took tens of millions of pounds and many years to sequence the compete genome of one individual. Now it takes a few hundred pounds and a couple of days to decode the entire DNA of a cancer cell.

Childminders and nurseries can now look after more children - this means the quality of care will diminish

It doesn’t take a child care expert to know this will have a devastating impact - poorer parents will also be forced to pay for lower quality care

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Studio Ghibli and Level-5 combine to create a beautiful gaming experience designed for you to spend hours exploring.

20 ways to be really annoying in the library

The library is a vital place for students. It is the sanctuary where our most innovative thinking is produced and our most significant work completed, and it is a haven from the distractions of the outside world. Well that may all be exaggerating slightly, but it is a place you go to when an important deadline is looming and you really need to concentrate.

The Surface: Microsoft is hoping to own the ‘tablets for typists’ market

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Editorial: The Prince and the commoner's Christmas

What, one wonders, did Prince William make of Christmas chez the Middletons? A bit on the cramped side, accommodation-wise, perhaps, compared with Sandringham, but less draughty, too. Do they have a real tree or an artificial one? Lights flashing or not? And without staff – we may be wrong, but we assume the Middletons do their own cooking and serving – there may have been a bit more, how shall we put it, jostling and banter at table, if only to get another helping of cranberry sauce.

Grace Dent on TV: Inside Claridge's, BBC2

I love Claridge's, but I do wish these cosseted toffs didn't have it quite so easy

‘Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s’ opens at the V&A on 10 July 2013, vam.ac.uk

Goths and fetishwear: V&A celebrates club scene of 1980s

The hedonistic partying ways of young starlets like Rihanna have nothing on the club kids of the Eighties – as the Victoria & Albert Museum's summer exhibition will attest.

Private quarters: Four luxury family and VIP suites and a prayer room that generates virtual prayer mats facing Mecca

Doors to manual, taps off in the Turkish spa... the Saudi prince whose flying palace has it all

Saudi investor’s £300m super-jumbo also has room for a concert hall, a garage for his Rolls and four luxury suites

Sussex-based Nessie Maclay designs beautiful handmade greeting cards and stationery for her company Thisisnessie
Sussex-based Nessie Maclay designs beautiful handmade greeting cards and stationery for her company Thisisnessie
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Santi Cazorla won a penalty with a blatant dive at the weekend

£100m DNA mapping project for cancer patients announced

Cameron said he wanted to "push the boundaries" by introducing genetic sequencing to a mainstream health service for the first time

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