This is a very nice story, but it makes me sad. The guy (Lukas Wartma) was lucky to be working at a genomic centre and was practically saved by his colleagues, but what about all other cancer patients who not so fortunate and do not have such access to cutting edge science? Ironically this story…

Current genome sequencing technologies already allow for cost effective and comprehensive disease prediction. However,  for the average consumer, does it really make sense to pay $5,000 for a whole genome analysis at this time? And what can they gain from  an analysis of this sort?  After all, genome sequencing will identify three to five million…

If one judges by the news, announcements, and movies, the standard medical genetic practice is pictured to be just short of some kind of magic or, at least, to be on the cutting edge of technology. The doctors make a finger prick or take saliva sample from the affected patients and within a few hours…

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