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Genetic Testing Sparks Ethics Debate[With CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]CCTV AmericaJanuary 5th, 2014Mark Niu reports on the ethical debate surrounding genetic testing and the FDA's ruling on 23andMe.
A Short History of Biological Explanations for Povertyby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesJanuary 2nd, 2014“The Biological Inferiority of the Undeserving Poor” sketches the history of biological explanations for social ills, and warns that we should pay close attention to their current resurgence.
New Finding Has Major Implications for Genetic Testing as Researchers Learn that Greater Numbers of Humans Have Multiple Personal Genomes by Pamela SchererDark DailyDecember 30th, 2013New insights about personal genomes will give pathologists and clinical laboratory scientists different ways to use genetic tests in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
An Ethics for the Future of Genetic Testingby Sara HendrenThe AtlanticDecember 30th, 2013As testing becomes more advanced, how should expecting parents weigh the information they have about a fetus with the information they don't?
I Had My DNA Picture Taken, With Varying Resultsby Kira PeikoffThe New York TimesDecember 30th, 2013Kira Peikoff had her DNA tested by three direct-to-consumer companies, and the results didn't agree.
CRISPRs Enlisted to Study Mutations Across an Entire Mammalian GenomeGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsDecember 24th, 2013Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have developed a technique to create a comprehensive library of mutations across all genes in the mouse genome.
The Biological Inferiority of the Undeserving Poorby Michael B. KatzSocial Work and Society International Online JournalDecember 24th, 2013The biological definition of poverty reinforces the idea of the undeserving poor, which is the oldest theme in post-Enlightenment poverty discourse.
Only High-Risk Women Need Breast Cancer Gene Test: Expertsby Dennis ThompsonUS NewsDecember 23rd, 2013Nine of 10 women do not need and should not receive genetic testing to see if they are at risk for breast or ovarian cancer, an influential panel of health experts has announced.
Top Science Longreads of 2013by Ed YongNational GeographicDecember 23rd, 2013I’m really optimistic about the future for long, deep, rich science reporting. There are more places that are publishing it, more ways of finding it, and a seemingly huge cadre of people who are writing it well.
Screening Newborns For Disease Can Leave Families In Limboby Nell GreenfieldboyceNPRDecember 23rd, 2013Patient advocacy groups have been pushing states to adopt mandatory newborn screening for more and more diseases, including ones that have no easy diagnosis or treatment.
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