Around the world, leading scientific organizations are moving quickly to implement new guidelines to govern the use of gene editing.
A new UK initiative has stirred debate about DNA analysis for healthy people. The program allows patients to pay to get their genome sequenced and analyzed if they agree to let the data be used...
A new study makes the case that genomic medicine can be cost effective in diagnosing rare diseases, offering a potential alternative path for millions of patients worldwide.
Resistance from insurance companies threatens to slow innovation that could dramatically improve patient outcomes from genomic testing.
A new report suggests that an innovative method of analyzing DNA will allow medical researchers to predict disease risk for far more people than can be done with conventional medical tests.
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