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- Will Employers Favor Private Exchanges Over Coverage Sponsorship?
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Tag Archives: Genomics
Brian Klepper Posted 7/16/12 on Medscape Connect’s Care and Cost The news of my wife Elaine’s primary peritoneal cancer 27 months ago began a fevered effort to learn all we could about her disease and our options. Peritoneal cancer, which is close … Continue reading
Kevin Davies Posted 5/31/12 on Bio-IT World The long-term success of N-of-One, a Waltham Mass.-based company offering personalized cancer information, will undoubtedly be shaped by the vision of its newly appointed CEO, Christine Cournoyer, and strategic partnerships with companies like … Continue reading
Eric Topol First posted on The Health Care Blog on 12/26/2011 Our day-to-day lives were reformatted when the consumer mobile wireless device era, beyond cell phones, was ushered in by iPods in 2001 and followed in short order by Blackberries, smartphones, e-readers, … Continue reading
Dov Michaeli Posted 12/7/11 on The Doctor Weighs In In response to a previous column (TDWI, Dec.2, 2011) The Era of Individualized Cancer Therapy has Arrived, I received an email from my friend Michael Millenson saying, in part: Like a true advocate, … Continue reading
Merrill Goozner First posted 7/19/11 on Gooz News Scandals often clarify issues. A researcher at Duke Medical Center recently departed after his ballyhooed genomics tests for identifying lung and other cancers was unmasked as based on falsified data. The scheme … Continue reading
Vince Kuraitis First published 4/23/11 on e-Care Management By now most people understand the promise of pharmaceuticals being customized to “YOU” based on your individual genetic code. While this isn’t prevalent today, we understand that this will be possible in … Continue reading