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Articles About Genomics
Beginner’s Guide to Genomic Medicine Genomics studies the interactions of the environment and our DNA. With 20,000–25,000 genes that contain over 3 billion base pairs of DNA, our genome provides the blueprint for everything that happens in our bodies.Genomic TestsGenomic testing starts with collecting a small DNA sample with a simple cheek swab. At our CLIA
Genomic Medicine is Precision Medicine Each patient’s unique DNA profile provides detailed insight into the root causes of disease, guiding an individual’s path to optimal health. Genomics is revolutionizing an ever growing number of medical disciplines, leveraging vast amounts of previously unavailable data to improve diagnosis, prevention and treatment strategies tailored to each individual’s unique
Nutritional Genomics: Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics Have you ever asked or been asked these questions, and have been uncertain as to the answer? Why are some people more susceptible to diabetes or obesity? Why do certain foods help some people more effectively than others? Why do nutritional requirements vary from person to person? The answer lies
Genomics and Personalized Medicine Dr. Eric Grasser of KSFR public radio’s East West Medicine discusses personalized medicine and genomic testing with Dr. Veltmann and Dr. Kline. Learn more about using genomics in your practice in our Genomic Medicine Certification Program. Genomic testing is available only to clinicians with a Professional Membership. Apply for one here.