Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's "Biology, Society and the Future" event yesterday celebrated 75 years of symposia at the lab. The day kicked off with Sloan-Kettering's Charles Sawyers discussing how personalized medicine, though without that moniker, has been slowly making its way into cancer treatment.

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