Last Posted: Dec 07, 2017
- A Comprehensive Cancer Gene Test Gets the Go-Ahead
K Sheikh, Genome Magazine, Dec 4, 2017
- Applications of pharmacogenomics in regulatory science: a product life cycle review.
Tan-Koi W C et al. The pharmacogenomics journal 2017 Dec
- Ethical considerations in gene therapy.
Levin Alex V et al. Ophthalmic genetics 2016 37(3) 249-51
- FDA announces approval, CMS proposes coverage of first breakthrough-designated test to detect extensive number of cancer biomarkers,
FDA News Release, November 30, 2017
- Huntington's case raises questions about passing gene test results to relatives.
Dyer Clare et al. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 2017 357j2433
- Insurance for broad genomic tests in oncology.
Eisenberg Rebecca et al. Science (New York, N.Y.) 2017 358(6367) 1133-1134
- One small edit for humans, one giant edit for humankind? Points and questions to consider for a responsible way forward for gene editing in humans.
Howard Heidi C et al. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 2017 Nov
- Direct to consumer genetic testing-law and policy concerns in Ireland.
de Paor Aisling et al. Irish journal of medical science 2017 Nov
- FDA treads carefully on molecular diagnostics,
by Josh Baxt, MedCity News, November 21, 2017
- First-In-Human Phase 1 CRISPR Gene Editing Cancer Trials: Are We Ready?
Baylis Francoise et al. Current gene therapy 2017 Nov
- For Greater Diversity,
Genome Web, November 27, 2017
- Improved ethical guidance for the return of results from psychiatric genomics research.
Lázaro-Muñoz G et al. Molecular psychiatry 2017 Nov
- Next-generation sequencing in clinical practice: from the patients' preferences to the informed consent process.
Pélissier A et al. Public health 2016 138157-9
- Physicians' duty to recontact and update genetic advice.
Stevens Yvonne A et al. Personalized medicine 2017 14(4) 367-374
- Psychosocial issues of a population approach to high genetic risk identification: Behavioural, emotional and informed choice issues.
French David P et al. Breast (Edinburgh, Scotland) 2017 Nov 37148-153
- Reconciling ethical and economic conceptions of value in health policy using the capabilities approach: A qualitative investigation of Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing.
Kibel Mia et al. Social science & medicine (1982) 2017 Nov 19597-104
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