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From Health and Science Today, December 6, 2011 by Mark Johnson of the Journal Sentinel Almost a year after researchers in Wisconsin published a groundbreaking paper describing their use of genetic sequencing to diagnose and treat a 4-year-old Monona boy, a national health agency is shifting its focus to put $416 million into making the secrets of our genetic script part of standard medical pr...

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Retta Beery posted on March 21, 2012
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John Lauerman, from Bloomberg, wrote a great article yesterday on Whole Genome sequencing, the advances, and the future expectations.  He highlighted our family's journey with Noah and Alexis and Joe's job.  It was a great piece.  You can check it out at: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-01-30/genome-proving-cure-for-ailing-twins-paves-breakthrough-to-doctor-s-office.html

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Retta Beery posted on January 31, 2012
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Healthcare Delivers Technical Knockout at CES<http://www.forbes.com/sites/danmunro/2012/01/16/healthcare-delivers-technical-knockout-at-ces/> Dan Munro<http://blogs.forbes.com/danmunro/> The Healthcare Compass<http://blogs.forbes.com/danmunro/> Jan. 16 2012 — 1:31 am | 0 comments<http://www.forbes.com/sites/danmunro/2012/01/16/healthcare-delivers-technical-knockout-at...

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Retta Beery posted on January 23, 2012
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The Coolest Thing I Saw at CES 2012: Life Technologies Ion Proton Genetic Sequencer The device can sequence an entire human genome in just eight hours. By Dan Costa January 12, 2012 10:05am EST12 Comments   LAS VEGAS—There's really only one question people ask about CES: What is the coolest thing you saw? Everyone asks—vendors, the press, and the taxi cab drivers that take yo...

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Retta Beery posted on January 13, 2012
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Life Tech steers ahead of rivals in race for faster DNA device Tue Jan 10 17:20:06 UTC 2012 By Esha Dey and Balaji Sridharan (Reuters) - Life Technologies said it started taking orders for its "$1000 genome" device, placing the maker of life sciences tools in pole position in an industry-wide race to build the cheapest and fastest platform for gene sequencing. The news drove Life's sto...

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Retta Beery posted on January 10, 2012
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Carlsbad Company Unveils DNA Sequencer Life Technologies Sequencer At Consumer Electronics Show In Las Vegas POSTED: 6:37 pm PST January 10, 2012 UPDATED: 7:10 pm PST January 10, 2012 CARLSBAD, Calif. -- A local company is leading the way in technology that is being called a game changer for DNA mapping and personalized medicine. » Sign Up For Breaking News Alerts  &ra...

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Retta Beery posted on January 10, 2012
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Doctors have drawn up plans to sequence the full genetic code of thousands of people in a landmark project to personalise their medical care. Volunteers will have all six billion letters of their genome read, stored and linked to their medical records to help doctors prescribe more effective drugs and other therapies. The prestigious Mayo Clinic [http://www.mayoclinic.org/" title="The Ma]...

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Retta Beery posted on January 10, 2012
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Funds dedicated to personalized genetics NIH aims to push genome-sequencing into mainstream medicine. Nature Magazine Susan Young 06 December 2011 Main The funds announced today could help DNA-sequencing technologies to reach the clinic. The US National Institutes of Health has earmarked nearly half a billion dollars for a plan that it hopes will usher in an era of diagnoses and tre...

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Retta Beery posted on December 08, 2011
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Eric Topol Discusses Scripps’ 20-Year Study to Link Genomic Data With Lifestyle Changes October 15, 2008 Type size:-+ Email Printer-friendly version RSS Feed The Scripps Translational Science Institute announced last week that it is joining forces with Navigenics, Affymetrix, and Microsoft on a 20-year study investigating whether arming indivi...

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Retta Beery posted on September 29, 2011
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ONLINE gamers have achieved a feat beyond the realm of Second Life or Dungeons and Dragons: they have deciphered the structure of an enzyme of an AIDS-like virus that had thwarted scientists for a decade. The exploit was published yesterday in the journal, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, where - exceptionally in scientific publishing - both gamers and researchers are honoured as...

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Retta Beery posted on September 19, 2011
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