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BRCA mutations can be deadly or harmless. Now CRISPR can tell the difference

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BRCA mutations can be deadly or harmless. Now CRISPR can tell the difference

By Jay Shendure, Greg Findlay, Lea Starita | Genetic Literacy Project More than 1 million women have had genetic testing of BRCA1 and BRCA2, genes in which mutations...
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NIH visits UW to explain why they want your genome

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NIH visits UW to explain why they want your genome

By Katherine Long Seattle Times staff reporter You may have agreed to donate your organs when you got your driver’s license. Perhaps you’ve even...
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UW helping with a massive genome study

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UW helping with a massive genome study

A new program aims to create a massive database so doctors can learn about what causes diseases and how best to treat them. The...
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New project wants to map your health for future generations

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New project wants to map your health for future generations

Author: Ted Land   A new national effort aims to create a massive collection of medical data, which the federal government will use to develop...
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National ‘All of Us’ campaign aims to enlist a million genomes for precision medicine

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National ‘All of Us’ campaign aims to enlist a million genomes for precision medicine

BY ALAN BOYLE Eric Dishman is a living, breathing advertisement for the ambitious experiment he’s in charge of, the National Institutes of Health’s “All of Us” drive...
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