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Genetic Linkage

Jim Watson at International Congress of Human Genetics

Montreal, Oct. 11, 2011 -- James Watson joined a panel of “genome pioneers” at the opening session of the 12th International Congress of Human Genetics today. He was invited, besides his fame, because he was the second person to have his genome sequenced (Craig Venter was first), but his comments revealed that perhaps his most telling qualification is that he has a son who has schizophrenia. Known for his controversial views, Dr. Watson did not disappoint.  Read More 
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Beauty Genes and Celebrities

I love to roam among the posters at scientific meetings in search of research tidbits that the media miss. I just found a great one at the American Society of Human Genetics conference that is certain to have profound implications for celebrities.

Among the many posters showing  Read More 
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GeneticsWatch

I met Cynthia in a van from the airport, headed to the annual meeting of familytreedna, where I was to speak about genetic testing. A beautiful blonde who looked decades younger than her 60 years, she’d led a painful life, with type 1 diabetes since childhood, just like her father, brother,  Read More 
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