Gene technology innovations reshaping future of medicine

| December 31, 2012
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The ability to map human DNA cheaply and quickly is yielding a torrent of data about the genetic drivers of disease—and a steady stream of patients who are benefiting from the knowledge. Technology is putting more power in the hands of patients, and researchers are learning to combat disorders by harnessing the body’s ability to heal and grow.

View the original article here: The Future of Medicine Is Now

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