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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.
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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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Senior couple

Can genetic testing provide answers about dementia?

Dementia is a symptom of a condition or disease, rather than a disease itself.
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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."
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Harry Potter's Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Harry Potter and the genetics of inheritance

"Who we are is the genes we’re born with and the experiences we have."
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Researcher pipetting liquid

IGNITE II network brings genomics into everyday care

"The goal is timeliness: getting the right information to the physician before a patient needs it. IGNITE II is helping to create the pathway."
Ashley Schwab Ashley Schwab 10 min read
Sanford Health psychiatry may experts suggest genetic testing to better treat depression and anxiety

When and how psychiatry uses genetic testing

Treating depression, anxiety or ADHD can feel like a guessing game. Genetic tests may help.
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Clinical lab doctor Robert Pyatt at Sanford Imagenetics

Clinical lab doctor: The DNA makeup of the job

“My job every day is figuring out puzzles."
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newborn baby

Newborn screenings paved the way for modern genetic testing

How newborn screenings set the stage for the Sanford Chip.
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