lunes, 16 de marzo de 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

Colorectal cancer, epigenetics, venous thrombosis & more hot topics in today's CDC Genomics & Health Impact Update

Non Communicable Diseases wiith DNA

Volume 34  Number 10  March 12-19, 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

Genetics and epigenetics of eating disordersExternal Web Site Icon
Yilmaz Z, et al. Advances in Genomics and Genetics 2015 Mar 10
House call: Genetic testing can boost health awareness,External Web Site Icon by Dr. Alisa Hideg, The Spokesman-Review, Mar 10
Most Canadians want return of significant genomic incidental findings,External Web Site Icon by Dr. Philippa Brice, PHG Foundation, Mar 10
Privacy and the 100,000 Genome Project,External Web Site Icon by Edward Hockings and Lewis Coyne, the Guardian, Mar 10
Smartphones set for large-scale health studies,External Web Site Icon by Helen Shen, Nature News, Mar 10
UMHS to expand guidelines for genetic counseling,External Web Site Icon by Isobel Futter, The Michigan Daily, Mar 9
Genetic testing ads not telling the whole story, study says,External Web Site Icon by Sabriya Rice, Modern Healthcare, Mar 6
Genomic medicine needs a long-term tack,External Web Site Icon by Bradley J. Fikes, U-T San Diego, Mat 6
Personalised prevention and public health: an urgent agenda,External Web Site Icon by Dr Hilary Burton and Dr Ron Zimmern, PHG Foundation, Mar 6
The feel-good gene,External Web Site Icon By Richard A. Friedman, the New York Times, Mar 6
Dare to be 100: 30 billion gene folly,External Web Site Icon by Walter M. Bortz II, The Huffingtom Blog, Mar 5

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