Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum

Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum »

12 Jun, 2015
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Written in partnership with Medstro Join the online discussion happening now at NEJM Group Open Forum on Medstro, where New England Journal of Medicine authors answer your questions and discuss their research. Happening Now "NEJM CareerCenter Conversations: Giving Back, Working with Underserved Communities" Working with the underserved presents its unique set of challenges and rewards but may not be an…
The Three Parent IVF Technique: Controversies & Benefits

The Three Parent IVF Technique: Controversies & Benefits »

9 Mar, 2015
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On February 3, 2015, Britain became the first country to allow a therapy called the "three-parent IVF technique," which is based on in vitro fertilization and allows for the ability to create an embryo with genetic material from three different people. Three parent IVF is still awaiting FDA approval in the United States, and is geared…
Ask the Experts: Developments in Genetic Testing

Ask the Experts: Developments in Genetic Testing »

There's some controversial discussion happening over on Medstro's NEJM Group Open Forum: Ask the Authors & Experts, and it's all about genetics - GINA, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, in particular. The authors of a recent NEJM article on GINA tell us that the act was designed “to fully protect the public from discrimination” and also to “allay…

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