Genetics and primary care: where are we headed?

@inproceedings{Rahimzadeh2014GeneticsAP,
  title={Genetics and primary care: where are we headed?},
  author={Vasiliki Rahimzadeh and Gillian Bartlett},
  booktitle={Journal of Translational Medicine},
  year={2014}
}
Since first sequencing the human genome in 2003, emerging genetic/genomic technologies have ushered in a revolutionary era of medicine that purports to bridge molecular biology and clinical care. The field of translational medicine is charged with mediating this revolution. Sequencing innovations are far outpacing guidelines intended to ease their practice-based applications, including in primary care. As a result, genomic medicine’s full integration in primary care settings especially, has… CONTINUE READING
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