A Chat With Esther Dyson | GenomeWeb

ScribeMedia posted an interview with Esther Dyson where she discusses the rise of the Internet, how the American medical system is broken, and why she joined George Church's Personal Genome Project — she want to draw attention to the value of genetics and get people wondering about the current medical system.

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