Farewell to Francis, and Scientists Break Down Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

Charlie Rose has a series of interviews, one with Navigenics' David Agus, Dean Ornish, and George Church, and another with Francis Collins. In the first, they talk about personalized medicine, personal genomics, and what people should understand and be aware of.

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