On Spinning Wheels and Genomes Revealed:

sleeping beauty

Sequencing is No Longer a Sleeping Controversy In the classic Disney version of the fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty is hidden in the woods to protect her from the knowledge of an evil curse… but when she later pricks her finger on a spinning wheel, she falls under a fairy’s spell… Unlike the mythical magic of Read More >

Posted on by Scott Bowen and Muin J Khoury, Office of Public Health Genomics, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionLeave a comment

Implementing Evidence-based Genomics Recommendations at the Intersection of Public Health and Healthcare

several publications from Michigan

We take the opportunity of March 22, 2013, designated as Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day by 13 U.S. state governors and counting, to highlight state public health genomics programs that are taking innovative approaches to implement evidence-based genomic testing recommendations for hereditary cancer syndromes, including Lynch syndrome.  Read More >

Posted on by Jenna McLosky and Debra Duquette, Michigan Department of Community Health Beverly Burke and Joan Foland, Connecticut Department of Public HealthLeave a commentTags , ,