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Take It Personally: How decoding your genes might unlock the future of health care

Denver’s “5280” magazine just published a terrific article on precision medicine called  Take It Personally: How decoding your genes might unlock the future of health care by Julie Dugdale (click on the link to read it). It’s a top-level summary of the benefits and issues that arise from using genomic data in medicine.  One of the main players in the article is the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and some of the providers I work with at CU are quoted (Dr. Dara Aisner and Dr. Robert Doebele).

P.S.  I play a bit role in the article (as a lung cancer case study)

 

 

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