DNA differences could be linked to diseases

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Reseach at the Sanger Institute in Cambridgeshire has led scientists to believe diseases like cancer and diabetes could be linked to minute variations in DNA.

Scientists say minute differences in that pattern, shared by different people, could hold the clue.

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