More than a dozen media outlets covered the recent the Future of Genomic Medicine conference, which featured presentations from some of the top researchers and experts in the field.
Speakers at the annual Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) conference, now in its ninth year, discussed everything from cancer therapy and the Zika virus to gene editing and the ethics of manipulating human DNA.
Some of the coverage included interviews with STSI Director Eric Topol, MD, and STSI Director of Digital Medicine Steven Steinhubl, MD.
- The San Diego Magazine report, "La Jolla’s Geek Woodstock," is not available at this time.
- San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego Key Part of Program to Beat Cancer by 2020
- FastCompany: Biotech Mogul: Cancer Treatments Could Work on Zika Virus
- The KUSI report, "What is DNA Mapping," is not available at this time.
- San Diego Union-Tribune: Harvard Geneticist Says Reversing Aging is Plausible
- MedCityNews: Veritas Genetics Announces myGenome, the World’s First Whole Genome Test for Less than $1,000
- San Diego Union-Tribune: Price of Sequencing Your Genome Falls to $999
- MedCityNews: Soon-Shiong Q&A: Targeted Cancer Therapy is Doomed to Fail
- MediCityNews: Veritas Genetics Announces myGenome, the World’s First Whole Genome Test For Less Than $1,000
- GenomeWeb: With $999 Whole-Genome Sequencing Service, Veritas Embarks on Goal to Democratize DNA Information
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