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Genomics|Update|Non Communicable Diseases ► Reviews, News and Commentaries

Genomics|Update|Non Communicable Diseases

Non Communicable Diseases wiith DNA

Volume 34  Number 9  March 5-12, 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

Big data: The revolution is digitizedExternal Web Site Icon
Seife C Nature  518, 480–481 (26 February 2015)
Making personalized medicine more affordable.External Web Site Icon 
Aronson Naomi et al. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 2015 Feb 27.
Separating the microbiome from the hyperbolome.External Web Site Icon
Shanahan F Genome Med. 2015 Feb 24;7(1):17.
Postmortem disclosure of genetic information to family members: active or passive?External Web Site Icon 
Boers S, et al. Trends in Molecular Med 2015 21(3)148-153
Should doctors share gene tests after a death in the family?External Web Site Icon By Loane Skene, the Conversation, Mar 2
False positive screenings pose dire challenges for parents,External Web Site Icon by Beth Daley, Genetic Literacy Project, Mar 2
Insure people against genetic data breaches,External Web Site Icon by Frank Pasquale, the New York Times, Mar 2
When even well-posed questions are hard to answer,External Web Site Icon by Anne Buchanan, the Mermaid’s Tale blog post, Mar 2
Friday Feedback: Do-it-yourself genetic testing,External Web Site Icon by Molly Walker, Medpage Today, Feb 27
Genetics at the heart of cardiovascular health,External Web Site Icon by Graciela Gutierrez, Baylor College of Medicine News, Feb 26
Harold Varmus outlines goals for precision medicine in cancer,External Web Site Icon Columbia University Medical Center Newsroom, Feb 26
Huge epigenomic map examines life's impact on our genes,External Web Site Icon by Catherine Brahic, New Scientist, Feb 18

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