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Precision Medicine

New White Paper from My Gene Counsel Releases Data on Frequency of Medical Guideline Revisions and Offers Solutions for Keeping Patients and Providers Informed

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New White Paper from My Gene Counsel Releases Data on Frequency of Medical Guideline Revisions and Offers Solutions for Keeping Patients and Providers Informed

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (PRWEB) October 16, 2019 My Gene Counsel, a digital health company that provides personalized, easy-to-understand web-based genetic counseling information, has published a new white paper that explores how frequently medical management guidelines have been updated over a five year period and provides guidance as to how patients and medical providers can be…

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Jackson Lab's Forum on Healthcare Innovation

“The Forum on Healthcare Innovation: Technology and the Future of Healthcare Delivery” was hosted by Jackson Laboratories in Farmington, CT on the UCONN Health campus on October 25-26, 2017. The conference was full of healthcare innovators and professionals and covered genetic testing (including direct-to-consumer), genomics, the microbiome, patient advocacy and healthcare technology. Check out some…

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#NSGCGenePool First Annual TweetChat

The National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) has launched the NSGC Digital Ambassador Program (#NSGCGenePool) to bring together social media influencers in the genetics field. The group consists of 15 ambassadors, including our President/CEO, Ellen Matloff. These ambassadors each have a unique perspective and knowledge in various areas of genetics and genetic counseling. The goal…

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Pink and Blue: Colors of Hereditary Cancer Chicago Premiere

On December 1st, I had the pleasure of attending the Chicago premiere of the Pink & Blue Movie with our advocacy partners Georgia Hurst, @ShewithLynch, and Amy Byer Shainman, @BRCAresponder.  I’ve worked closely with both Georgia and Amy for several years on our tweetchat series #GenCSM, amongst other projects in the hereditary cancer space, but…

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Joanna Rudnick, Filmmaker of BRCA Previvor “In the Family” Documentary

October 2018 Update 28 Years Ago: Mary-Claire King discovered BRCA1 and its connection to familial breast cancer.  17 Years Ago: I learned I was BRCA1+. 10 Years Ago: My personal film on being BRCA+ and falling into the brave-new-world of “previvorship” was broadcast nationwide on PBS. 5 Years Ago: I finished treatment for triple-negative breast…

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