Mid-June, I suspected that the media had picked up on something new in gene therapy when the Amazon rank for my book on the topic (The Forever Fix: Gene Therapy and the Boy Who Saved
Archives for June 2013
DNA holds information in a way that other biomolecules do not. Even discarding a blood spot or bit of spit doesn’t prevent telltale DNA sequences from living on in a database. We regard our DNA
Earlier today, my “in” box began to fill with info from everyone I’ve ever met letting me know that the Supreme Court had ruled on the Myriad case about patenting the breast cancer genes BRCA1
Genome sequencing studies can be boring. It’s not that there are too many of them, although that will surely happen, but sometimes they just don’t tell us anything new. That was the case when last
Last week’s blog post was about a little girl who had a genetic disease that usually strikes adults. This week’s post is about a teen who has an “infantile” variety of a different neurological genetic disease.