Oct 17, 2017

Karter’s journey of hope

By susanbuckles @susanbuckles
Karter Malcomson’s cherubic face, inquisitive eyes and wide smile are magnetic. Behind them is a two- year-old boy with a rare disease that’s generated more medical mysteries in his short life than many face in an entire lifetime.  His circuitous journey to a diagnosis took his case before the Functional [...]
Karter’s journey of hope
Oct 11, 2017

#CIMCon17 – precision medicine for smoking cessation, rare diseases and cancer screening

By Sharon Rosen @sharonhrosen
Ever wonder why some people can quit smoking while others try repeatedly without success?  The answer may be related to your genetic makeup. Studies have shown that 70 percent of smokers want to quit, but only three percent are successful each year. That’s according to Rachel Tyndale, Ph.D., professor of [...]
#CIMCon17 – precision medicine for smoking cessation, rare diseases and cancer screening
Oct 10, 2017

#CIMCon17 day two explores how precision medicine can improve population health

By Sharon Rosen @sharonhrosen
Sharing cutting-edge research, clinical practice insights and networking continued at the second day of Individualizing Medicine 2017: Advancing Care Through Genomics, a conference hosted by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota. Empirical data critical to advancing genomic medicine Robert Green, M.D., started the morning sessions by acknowledging that [...]
#CIMCon17 day two explores how precision medicine can improve population health

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