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As medicine enters the genomic age, information gleaned from genetic testing is being used to diagnose, treat and even help prevent disease.
Virtual reality creates a life-size, 3-D environment without the boundaries of screens. It is an immersive sensory experience that includes touch, vision and sound.
In 1968, Nancy Wexler’s life was forever altered when her 53-year-old mother was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, a genetic disorder that causes the progressive breakdown of nerve cells in the brain.
Millennia ago, people began noticing generational similarities in families and the concept of traits passed from parents to children firmly took root.
Dr. David L. Rimoin epitomized how the curiosity of the human mind can lead science into entirely new frontiers.
The field of laboratory automation has come a long way since the first systems were developed in the 1950s.
Interpreting findings from a study and assessing their potential clinical relevance is no longer the distinct prevue of investigators, key opinion leaders and healthcare providers.
For almost 50 years, Charles Hunter, MBChB, was the foremost medical diagnostician in Western Canada, but his education and passion for clinical consulting originated across the pond in the United Kingdom.
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