Guest Host: Susan Page

Genetic testing was once used only to detect rare diseases. Today, a revolution in human genetics means more Americans can personalize their treatment of conditions like diabetes, cancer and heart disease. The Director of the NIH discusses the future of personalized medicine.

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  • Dr. Francis Collins director,National Institutes of Health

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