Transfer of Advances in Science into Dental Education The Genome Projects : Implications for Dental Practice and Education

@inproceedings{Wright2004TransferOA,
  title={Transfer of Advances in Science into Dental Education The Genome Projects : Implications for Dental Practice and Education},
  author={John Timothy Wright and Thomas C. Hart},
  year={2004}
}
Information from the Human Genome Project (HGP) and the integration of information from related areas of study and technology will dramatically change health care for the craniofacial complex. Approaches to risk assessment and diagnosis, prevention, early intervention, and management of craniofacial conditions are and will continue to evolve through the application of this new knowledge. While this information will advance our health care abilities, it is clear that the dental profession will… CONTINUE READING

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