A baby with three genetic parents is the first-ever born using a breakthrough technique that would protect infants from hereditary diseases
A blog post authored by Dr. Robert Green discussing the benefits and challenges that people and health professionals are faced with when dealing with genetic testing and screening. Here, he addresses ethical issues and potential complications alongside beneficial factors that deal genome testing.
What is the general public entitled to know about a candidate’s health who is running for office? Dr. Robert Green shares his opinions in this article in light of the issue of Hillary Clinton having pneumonia.
An interesting take on direct-to-consumer genetic testing that highlights the result of the PGen study that was conducted by both Brigham and Women’s and MIT.
Carl Zimmer writes a wonderful tale of his experiences with genetic testing and participating with PeopleSeq at Brigham and Women’s Hospital with Dr. Robert Green and Sheila Sutti, who had disclosed his genetic results to him.