The next question is whether the same treatment will work in humans.
It's unclear how much information is helpful, and how much is hurtful.
Their blood might hold the key to stopping every flu, every year.
There's only so much the test can actually tell you about breast cancer.
A lot of genes go into making your ears hang low.
Blood donations are actually full of important disease data.
We might be too sick to enjoy our extended lifespans.
Risk is not a diagnosis.
Ignorance may really be bliss
There's an app for that?
Is a diet based on your genome the future of nutrition?
And help evaluate cancer drugs
Even those administered by doctors lack FDA oversight
To treat a rare form of congenital eye disorder
Police are scanning private DNA databases to solve murders
Conflicts of interest and a lack of regulation make these tests a costly gamble
A test to end all tests
For a critically ill infant, even seconds are a matter of life and death
The test isn't backed by science and could be harmful
Before it can reach its full potential, it has to become more precise
The first of what will likely be many genetic discrimination trials in the years to come
What gene tests can tell us now and in the future
As the epidemic winds down, this is good news for keeping the virus under control