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BioNews - which can be found online at www.bionews.org.uk - is a free news and comment digest, and the flagship publication of the Progress Educational Trust (PET).

The principal aim of BioNews is to provide accurate, balanced and timely news and comment on genetics, assisted conception, embryo/stem cell research and related areas. Whether your interest in these topics is personal or professional, BioNews provides an invaluable roundup of essential news and views.

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  3. Scientists find possible cause for IVF implantation failure
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  6. Rachel Brown, Adviser to the Progress Educational Trust (PET) and Volunteer Writer at PET's flagship publication BioNews Mitochondrial donation - is it safe? Is it ethical?
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  7. Big pharma investment in gene therapy continues with Sanofi deal
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  8. Genetic variants linked to start of Huntington's symptoms
    By Dr Victoria Burchell Anne Wojcicki, CEO and cofounder of 23andMe, interviewed in the Progress Educational Trust (PET)'s flagship publication BioNews

  9. Eight questions for Anne Wojcicki, CEO and cofounder of 23andMe
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  10. Bipolar disorder linked to high intelligence
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