Slowly But Surely | GenomeWeb

Slowly But Surely


A few months ago, I headed to Washington, DC, for a forum put on by the Genetics and Public Policy Center, a group affiliated with Johns Hopkins and headed up by Kathy Hudson. The topic was "personal genomes, personal health" — and the consensus of the panel session was that while it's still early days for personalized medicine, it's getting increasingly urgent to figure out how patients will react to it and what some best practices may be.

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