A keynote by National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins and a compelling story about an expectant mother whose cancer was surprisingly discovered through a prenatal genetics test were among the presentations that generated media coverage at the recent Future of Genomic Medicine put on by the Scripps Translational Science Institute.
- Read the U-T San Diego article: Genomic Medicine Needs a Long-Term Tack
- The Reuters article: NIH Director Sees Solving Data Puzzle as Key to U.S. Precision Medicine 302-520-150307, is not available at this time.
- Read the FierceHealthIT article: Precision Medicine Will Require Transparent Software, ‘Exquisite’ Data
- Read the BuzzFeed article: Pregnant Women Are Finding Out They Have Cancer From a Genetic Test of Their Babies
- Read the Reuters article: Prenatal Blood Tests Detect Cancer Signal in Some Women
- Listen to the KPBS report: California Woman Takes Routine Prenatal Test, Finds Out She Has Cancer
- Read the Xconomy article: NIH Director Hails ‘Stunning Case’ as Example of Genomic Revolution
- Read the U-T San Diego article: Atul Butte Wows the Crowd