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Thomas Goetz has the wrong debate. FDA doesn’t intend to restrict.

I think everyone in this space has been way off base as to what the problem is with FDA and Congress wanting to investigate the DTC Genomics companies. The whole mindset is wrong. What I hear from this debate is … Continue reading

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How Bad Can a House Investigation be for DTC Genomics?

Ok, so you've been summoned to Congress to testify It won't be that bad if you know what you are in for. So let's review.1. A chart listing the conditions, diseases, consumer drug responses, and adverse reactions for which you … Continue reading

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Couldn’t you have picked a better Gene Set Berkeley?

I admire UC Berkeley for pushing the envelope. They have been doing it for decades. Encouraging risk taking, and defying stereotypesBut when I read about their summer research project I cringed.We are going to test students' ADH and tell them … Continue reading

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Potential of genomic medicine, LOST

I was reading and often read Mark Henderson of the TimesThe piece I just read about the "Potential of genomic medicine could be lost, say science think-tanks"The piece basically comes down to one conclusion. We have no proof that most … Continue reading

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Personal Genomes in Clinical Care. Quake paper Falls Short!

With all due respect to the scientists involved in analyzing Stephen Quake's genome in clinical context.You did a major league $h!tty job.No offense. I can only assume this based on what you reported in the lancet paper.Start by asking yourself."Is … Continue reading

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Personal Genomes in Clinical Care. Quake paper is a waste!

With all due respect to the scientists involved in analyzing Stephen Quake's genome in clinical context.You did a major league $h!tty job.No offense. I can only assume this based on what you reported in the lancet paper.Start by asking yourself."Is … Continue reading

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