The $99 Personal Genomic Service

The Annals of Internal Medicine reported this April of 2014 (Volume 160, number 7, page 507-509) that there is a concern amongst academic medicine as to the value and direction that some laboratories are provided when testing an individual’s genetic background.  Rather surprisingly, I was about to have my own saliva tested. This was prompted by a patient of mine who told me about his testing and how much he enjoyed learning about his genetic “tree”. Then this article arrived ...

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