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Stanford geneticist discusses genomics and medicine in TEDMED talk

In a new video of a TEDMED Great Challenges event titled "Genomics and Medicine: Where promise meets clinical practice," Stanford geneticist Carlos Bustamante, PhD,  joins colleagues "to explore what is already possible and what is just over the horizon in the world of genomic medicine," as Eric Green, the Google Hangout event's host, describes. Green, MD, PhD, the director of the National Human Genome Research Institute of the National Institutes of Health, was joined by Amy McGuire, JD, PhD, of Baylor College of Medicine; James Evans, MD, PhD, of University of North Carolina School of Medicine; and Sharon Terry, president and CEO of the Genetic Alliance patient advocacy organization; and Bustamante.

Previously: Caribbean genetic diversity explored by Stanford/ University of Miami researchersAsk Stanford Med: Genetics chair answers your questions on genomics and personalized medicine and How genome testing can help guide preventative medicine

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