Volume 28 Issue 1-3
Volume 28 Issue 3
Consumer Genomics
Oct-Dec 2015
Five Years Later: The Impact of Personal Genomics Study
By Deanna Alexis Carere
From the Lab to the Market
By Andelka M. Phillips, Jan Charbonneau
Ready or Not, Human Bioenhancement Is Coming
By Steven Salzberg
Gene Test Regulation in Europe
By Helen Wallace
GE Salmon: Not Ready for Your Plate
By Jaydee Hanson
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
Volume 28 Issue 2
Genomics in the Developing World
Jun-Sep 2015
Not Your Mother’s Amniocentesis
By Jessica Mozersky, Rayna Rapp
Health Care for All
By Paul Billings
Untangling Population Mixture?
By Carlos Andrés Barragán
A Piece Not the Puzzle: Genetics and Affirmations of Taíno Identity Among Puerto Ricans
By Christina González
Accuracy in Labeling
By Phil Bereano
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
Volume 28 Issue 1
Public Health Genomics
Jan-May 2015
Public Health Genomics Has Come of Age
By Muin Khoury
A Promising – and Practical - Vision for Public Health Genomics
By James Evans
Whole Exome and Whole Genome Sequencing in Prenatal Testing: What's the Whole Story?
By Susan Klugman, Siobhan Dolan
Consumer Engagement in the Genomics Era
By James O'Leary
Genetic Counselors: The Journey Into the Genomic Era
By Catherine Wicklund
Genomics Education for Health Educators
By Lei-Shih Chen
Et tu 23andMe?
By Jeremy Gruber
Behavioral Genetics and the Trouble with Twin Studies
By Jay Joseph
Overview: Africa-U.S. Food Sovereignty Strategy Summit
By Philip Bereano
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
Search: GeneWatch
The purpose of the Genetic Bill of Rights is to introduce a global dialogue on the fundamental values that have been put at risk by new applications of genetics.
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The use of forensic DNA databases by law enforcement around the globe is expanding at a rate that should be of great concern to civil libertarians.
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