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Genetics for the people? Nowhere in sight

Himalayan | 
"Your genetic information should be controlled by you,” declares an advertisement for the American direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic-testing firm 23andMe. Amid ...

Will public trust in personalized medicine suffer, an ethicist wonders

New Scientist | 
23andMe's personal DNA test kits have helped increase public interest in personalized medicine. But after the FDA demanded they stop ...

The ‘golden age’ of genetics that wasn’t

Gulf Times | 
The following is an excerpt of a longer story. Find a link to the full story below. The media marked ...

Personalized medicine’s perverse economics

Project Syndicate | 
In pharmacogenetics, genetic typing is used to determine a patient's likely response to drugs, and create a personalized drug regime ...
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