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How your detailed genetic profile can predict your risk of diseases and improve your health.
A machine can collate environmental data, genetic data, and patient history way better than I can.
Skeptics say drugs based on genetic insights have underdelivered. But look carefully and they’re everywhere.
Carlos D. Bustamante’s hunt for genetic variations between populations should help us better understand and treat disease.
When you’re sick, you’re vulnerable—and that’s when your doctor pressures you into participating in a data-gathering experiment.
The benefits of genomic drugs are exaggerated, hurting patients and the practice of medicine, says one high-profile oncologist.
Advances in DNA testing and gene editing have given people choices that would have been impossible a few decades ago. Here, in their own words, are the stories of four people confronted with these dilemmas.
Are we designing inequality into our genes?
How to make sure your loved ones can get into all your accounts. Or, alternatively—how to cover your tracks.
Anti-aging pioneer Judith Campisi explains how a recent breakthrough could ward off age-related disease.
Enough with the useless genes. Here are some that would actually come in handy.