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Do we need mandatory genetic screening of sperm donors?

Lindsay Kalter | 
The multibillion-dollar sperm donation business has shockingly little oversight, leading to false promises of anonymity, insufficient medical testing and high ...

Full genome sequencing is medically promising, but still expensive

Priyanka Dayal McCluskey | 
Genome sequencing holds great potential for diagnosing diseases, finding treatments and ultimately cutting medical costs, experts say, but insurance companies ...

Precision medicine: reading genes and treating people before they get sick

Priyanka Dayal McCluskey | 
Doctors and researchers around Boston are working to make drugs and health care delivery more individualized than ever. And patients ...

U.S. Fish and Wildlife concerned about AquaBounty salmon

Marie Szaniszlo | 
Maynard-based Aqua­Bounty Technologies — with a genetically modified fish that grows twice as fast as native Atlantic salmon — won ...

Multiple sclerosis patients see hope in Ann romney’s fight about MS using biotech drugs

Ira Kantor | 
Ann Romney’s poise as she addresses the Republican National Convention gives hope to 2.5 million multiple sclerosis sufferers, while showing ...

US sending money to North Carolina, New York farmers for energy crops

Renee Schoof | 
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack plans to announce Wednesday that North Carolina and New York each will receive about $4 million ...
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