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Do you smell like rotting fish? Scents may help diagnose rare genetic disorders

Morgan Simmons | 
A variety of methods are used to diagnose genetic diseases, including physical examination, a review of personal/family medical history, and ...
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Clinton and Trump need to talk about issues in genetics, precision medicine more

Ricki Lewis | 
An organization...has crowdsourced and expert-checked a list of “20 science-driven issues (that) deserve their own debate” for the presidential candidates ...

Gene therapy improves vision in Canavan disease patient even after 15 years

Ricki Lewis | 
The first thing that Max Randell’s parents noticed after gene therapy for Canavan disease in 1998, when he was nearing ...
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