Lurking in Corners, Perhaps? | GenomeWeb

David Ewing Duncan blogs on MIT's Technology Review site about the coming personalized medicine steam engine. His post details some of the history of the personalized medicine concept, as well as the latest events including FDA's acceptance of public comments on these kinds of genetic tests. Check it out here.

 

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