Jun 18, 2015

It’s in the Genes: How Genetic Testing is Helping Advance Healthcare and the Way Physicians Provide Care Tickets, Chicago | Eventbrite

It’s in the Genes: How Genetic Testing is Helping Advance Healthcare and the Way Physicians Provide Care   Genetic testing and the mapping of the human genome have been hot-button issues in the news for years, but recent advances in technology and testing have started to turn promise into reality. Scientists and physicians can now analyze an individual’s unique genomic characteristics as well...

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