DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics (Rebroadcast)
Three years ago, it cost $1 million to get your genome sequenced. Soon the price could drop to less than $1,000. Join us to discuss what a personal genetic analysis can reveal -- and whether it's too much information for an individual to handle.
the fourth subject in the Personal Genome Project, assistant professor at the Duke University Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, author of "Here is a Human Being: At the Dawn of Personal Genomics."
science writer, Editor-in-chief of "Bio-IT World" and the author of "The $1000 Genome: The Revolution in DNA Sequencing and the New Era of Personalized Medicine."
professor of bioethics and philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
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