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When consumer genetic tests disagree on critical mutations

New York Times | 
[Matt Fender] wasn’t worried last December when he clicked a button to dump all the raw data from his 23andMe ...
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What will advances in genetics during 2014 mean for future of medicine?

DNA Exchange | 
No question that 2014 has been a year to celebrate for the field of genetics. Stem cell therapy, gene therapy, ...

Targeting children based on genetics would do more harm than good

New York Times | 
In “The Downside of Resilience” (Sunday Review, Nov. 30), Jay Belsky points to evidence that certain children are genetically predisposed ...

Genetic manipulation is a slippery–so get over it

DNA Exchange | 
This week, the Food and Drug Administration debated a new IVF technique that could allow women with mitochondrial disease to ...

Patents, personal genetics and progress: Top 10 genetics stories of 2013

DNA Exchange | 
This year was brimming with genetics news, from the Myriad BRCA test ruling to the obliteration of the idea of ...
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What the new ACMG guidelines really mean

DNA Exchange | 
Do patients have a right to not know what's written in their genes? The DNA Exchange explains doctors' new genetic ...

The case for selective paternalism in genetic testing

Wired | 
The case against paternalism in genetics is a cause célèbre among many scientists and science writers.  The argument generally paints ...

Genetic counseling and medical ethics in the age of personal genomics

DNA Exchange | 
On October 25th, Time Magazine ran an article about genetic testing of children with the provocative title, “What Your Doctor ...
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