Several recent advances in wearable technologies may mean that healthcare leaders are getting closer to seeing wearables as a core part of precision medicine.
American College of Physicians (ACP) offers guidance on genetic testing. DOJ announces first prosecutions for fraudulent cardiovascular genetic testing.
In time, these developments may drive innovations in clinical laboratory diagnostics and precision medicine treatments.
With an obesity focus, new FDA approval signals the market for companion diagnostics appears to be expanding beyond targeted therapies for oncology.
Lead researcher says discovery changes the narrative around SIDS and may be the first evidence that babies who succumb to SIDS are different from birth.
New platforms are emerging that bridge the gap between the science of genomics and making the data useful at the point of care.
Insights gleaned from recent whole genome analysis in England add to knowledge of common versus rare signatures, revealing 58 new mutational patterns.
Openly available, the atlases allow researchers to compare specific cell types across the body in fine detail, revealing novel cell functions and more.
The previously-unknown high prevalence of extra sex chromosomes indicates that genetic screening for this abnormality may be helpful for proactive care.
Healthcare leaders leverage benefits of personalized AI to provide individualized care for military veterans at risk for psychosocial problems.