Genetics and Pharmacogenomics
This presentation examines the roles of a genetic counselor in the laboratory and in clinic, gives an overview of a genetics evaluation, and illustrates why patients in need of genetic testing should be referred for a genetics evaluation.
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Fewer than five percent of people who die in hospitals are autopsied today. Autopsies are beneficial to discovering new advances in diseases, including cancer, dementia, and heart disease. In an article in the Wall Street Journal, Joseph Maleszewski, a cardiovascular pathologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., discusses how “molecular autopsies” can provide useful information about a patient's genetics.
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