Newborn Screenings May Lead to Early Detection and Treatment

Newborn Screenings May Lead to Early Detection and Treatment

September is Newborn Screening Awareness Month! Get educated by learning of a few of the disorders included in newborn screening and how they can be treated.In the United States, when a baby is born he/she is screened for an array of conditions that, if known about,...

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Video: Breeding Out Disease

Video: Breeding Out Disease

Last autumn 60 Minutes aired a controversial episode on Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), a loaded topic to say the least. In preparation for Newborn Screening Awareness Month this September, we're revisiting this topic in order to help break it down....

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How Hugo Campos became a Healthcare Data Liberation Advocate

How Hugo Campos became a Healthcare Data Liberation Advocate

We recently interviewed Hugo Campos, a newly named White House Precision Medicine ‘Champion of Change,’ on his personal experience in the healthcare system and how he is working to shift 'business as usual.' Here’s what he had to say.Ellen T Matloff: You...

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Impactful Internships and the Rise to CEO

Impactful Internships and the Rise to CEO

Updated July 2020 We have always believed that investing in promising students is a wise investment. It turns out, we're in good company. These top technology professionals started by working their way up through the corporate ladders from intern to CEO, founder,...

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Interview with Amy Gleason, COO of CareSync

Interview with Amy Gleason, COO of CareSync

We recently sat down with Amy Gleason, COO of CareSync and newly named White House Precision Medicine 'Champion of Change' to find out how she and her company are disrupting the healthcare system with a mix of technology and patient advocacy. Here's what she had...

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What can I do to reduce my risks of bladder cancer?

What can I do to reduce my risks of bladder cancer?

Updated June 25, 2019 What is bladder cancer? The bladder is an organ that stores urine prior to urination. The bladder has 4 main layers of tissue. The type of bladder cancer someone is diagnosed with depends on the tissue in which the cancerous cells originate. What...

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Understanding Sarcoma

Understanding Sarcoma

Updated June 25, 2019 What is sarcoma? Sarcoma is a group of cancers that often start in the soft tissue or bone. Soft tissue is composed of fat, blood vessels, nerves, muscles, deep skin tissues, and cartilage. What are the types of sarcomas? Soft tissue sarcoma and...

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