Category Archives: Human Genome

Being human is becoming a treatable “condition.”

Leading us to believe that if we’re not taking some drug, we’re not “human” This blog is all about confusion, confusion and more confusion. An article in the New York Times caught my attention last week. It was entitled Diagnosis: … Continue reading

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Geneticist’s Research Finds His Own Diabetes

And turns the story into a sales pitch for high-tech medicine Many of the world’s brightest medical minds are pinning their hopes for the future on the miracles that will ensue from human genome sequencing. On 6-2-12, the New York … Continue reading

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