Last Posted: Jan 17, 2019
- Genetic testing is the future of healthcare, but many experts say companies like 23andMe are doing more harm than good
E Brodwin, Business Insider, January 7, 2019
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- Huntington disease: A quarter century of progress since the gene discovery.
Testa Claudia M et al. Journal of the neurological sciences 2018 Sep 39652-68
- Estimates of the Heritability of Human Longevity Are Substantially Inflated due to Assortative Mating.
Ruby J Graham et al. Genetics 2018 Nov (3) 1109-1124
- The Key to a Long Life Has Little to Do With Good Genes
M Molteni, WIRED< NOvember 6, 2018
- Genetic secrets of long-term glioblastoma survivors.
Jovcevska Ivana et al. Bosnian journal of basic medical sciences 2018 Aug
- Opinion: Consumer DNA Testing Is Crossing into Unethical Territories-Data dont support many direct-to-consumer products, from telomere assessments to bespoke diets based on genetic sequences.
JD Loike, The Scientist, August 2018
- Could future gene therapy prevent aging diseases?
R Oliynyk, BioRXIv, August 17, 2018
- What Personal Genome Testing Can and Can't Do-The limitations of personal genome service testing
M Shermer, Scientific American, August 2018
- A decade in psychiatric GWAS research.
Horwitz Tanya et al. Molecular psychiatry 2018 Jun
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