The mystery is over. Doctors now know what’s ailing Adam Foye
By the time my first child was two months old, I knew something was wrong. Amanda, who is 14 now, has low muscle tone and didn’t walk until she was almost 2 years old. Her arms have limited ability, and she has inflammatory …
Anne Wojcicki plans to sell whole-genome sequencing directly to consumers, no doctors needed
Sophisticated new DNA testing can tell parents whether their babies are at increased risk of cancer, dementia and other diseases that may not strike until adulthood
Time’s Bonnie Rochman explains how doctors are mapping out all the genes in a person’s body
Winning government approval would be the first step in increasing public confidence in personalized genetic testing
If you’re cursing Mom and Dad’s genes for making you too short (or too tall), you’d probably be justified.