Implementing genomic medicine in the clinic: the future is here

  title={Implementing genomic medicine in the clinic: the future is here},
  author={Teri Manolio and Rex L. Chisholm and Brad A Ozenberger and Dan M. Roden and Marc S. Williams and Richard K. Wilson and David Bick and Erwin P. Bottinger and Murray H. Brilliant and Charis Eng and Kelly A. Frazer and Bruce R Korf and David H. Ledbetter and James R Lupski and Clay B. Marsh and David A. Mrazek and Michael F Murray and Peter H. O'Donnell and Daniel J. Rader and Mary V. Relling and Alan R. Shuldiner and David Valle and Richard M. Weinshilboum and Eric D. Green and Geoffrey S. Ginsburg},
  booktitle={Genetics in Medicine},
Although the potential for genomics to contribute to clinical care has long been anticipated, the pace of defining the risks and benefits of incorporating genomic findings into medical practice has been relatively slow. Several institutions have recently begun genomic medicine programs, encountering many of the same obstacles and developing the same solutions, often independently. Recognizing that successful early experiences can inform subsequent efforts, the National Human Genome Research… CONTINUE READING
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