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Our vision is that every personal health decision is informed by the latest scientific knowledge.
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What is about? Scott Zeger answered that question at
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
How do you develop a when a mutation is unique to a patient? 's C. Gersbach believes we will have the tools soon
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Gene editing isn't sci-fi. It's happening right now.
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
.'s Charles Gersbach lists some of the conditions/ailments gene editing can treat
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
(gene editing) is the precise modification of genome sequences, not just adding genes to cells (genetic engineering)
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
. on patients' concerns when having to be away for cancer treatment--they didn't want to leave farm animals, pets
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Imagination is key for driving cancer diagnostics research, says John Beeler of
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
has been the topic of many talks over the past two days at . Learn more about it here
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Competition dictates many aspects of precision medicine, says Lawrence David of
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
John Mikszta of is about to talk about at . What is it?
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
"If you think about the big problems are with health, I think gets the job done" - Keith Yamamoto
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Constant communication to stakeholders (patients) is crucial. Ask patients what they want, tell them how their is being used.
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
How you frame the value of data sharing is important. Don't focus on genomics, talk about real ppl w/ real impact
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
How to improve patients' trust in data sharing? We have to put money out there to incentivize collaboration
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Data sharing is a big part of , but quality data analysis is another challenge.
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Eva A. May May 25
Great panel at today: Share for and to accomplish goal of solving problems!
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Hopkins inHealth May 25
Bacterial bunches hold clues to .
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Hopkins inHealth May 24
What is ? We explain it right here.
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Hopkins inHealth May 24
Chris Woods of says half of the time antibiotics are prescribed, they are not needed.
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