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partnership helps veterans' care: Denny Sanford shaking hands with a man as Kelby Krabbenhoft looks on

Sanford Health, VA partnership improves veterans’ services

Pharmacogenetic testing at no cost to veterans will help tailor health care
Jacqueline Palfy Jacqueline Palfy 6 min read
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Sanford Health’s path to bringing precision care to veterans

Sanford Health President and CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft explains the program.
Jacqueline Palfy Jacqueline Palfy 5 min read

The genetics of colon cancer

An inherited condition called Lynch syndrome can cause several types of cancer.
SHN Staff SHN Staff 5 min read
Sanford Imagenetics will hold a seminar about height on March 12.

The genetics of height — and why it matters for everyone

A seminar on March 12 will explore the genetics of height, dwarfism and ethics.
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Genetic testing process: From blood sample to digitized DNA

How robots and humans use DNA to help people make smarter health decisions.
Carson Walker Carson Walker 14 min read
Dr. Sherin Shaaban, who will talk about genetic revolution

‘Genetic revolution’: How genetics touches 4 areas of life

From agriculture to space and forensics to health care, genetics improvements are changing the way we live.
SHN Staff SHN Staff 6 min read
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Family matters: Inheriting high cholesterol

"What a relief to discover that you have a genetic change that is not your fault."
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Can genetic testing provide answers about dementia?

Dementia is a symptom of a condition or disease, rather than a disease itself.
SHN Staff SHN Staff 5 min read
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Sanford Imagenetics researcher presents at WHO conference

Organization known globally for its use of genetics in primary care.
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cardiogenetics uses genetic testing to look for heart illness

Cardiogenetics helps answer questions about the heart

Genetics and heart disease: "It’s a truly wonderful thing that we can use genetics to save people’s lives."
SHN Staff SHN Staff 10 min read