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Decoding Cancer's DNA
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How to read the genome and build a human being | Riccardo Sabatini
Secrets, disease and beauty are all written in the human genome, the complete set of genetic instructions needed to build a human being. Now, as scientist and entrepreneur Riccardo Sabatini shows us, we have the power to read this complex code, predicting things like height, eye color, age and even facial structure — all from a vial of blood. And soon, Sabatini says, our new understanding of the genome will allow us to personalize treatments for diseases like cancer. We have the power to change life as we know it. How will we use it? TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Scientists Discovered Message from God in Human DNA Code!!
Scientists Discovered Message from God in Human DNA Code! Here's What God Said,"Hello my children. This is Yahweh, the one true Lord. You have found creation's secret. Now share it peacefully with the world. ancient Aramaic Here's the source http://dailycurrant.com/2013/02/01/message-god-hidden-dna-sequence/
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Genetics of Gynecologic Cancers
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Genetics underlies all cancers. Early-onset cancer, multiple primaries, family history, and ancestry can suggest inherited risk. UCSF Dr. Jocelyn Chapman and genetic counselor Julie Mak explain that genetic testing with multi-gene tests identify inherited risk and can improve early detection, prevention, and treatment of cancer. But tests vary widely in quality and scope. Find out what you need to know to make the best decisions about managing complex genetic information. Recorded on 02/28/2017. Series: "UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public" [5/2017] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 32076]
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The microbial truth of how your cheese gets made
Cheese is delicious, beloved by many, and a teeming mess of microbes. Which microbes, exactly, has long been a mystery, but modern DNA sequencing tech is allowing researchers to take a peek behind the microscopic curtain. We visit a professional cheese cave, test (and taste) some cheddar, and wait a year for microbial magic to happen. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2FqJZMl Like Verge Science on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2hoSukO Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2Kr29B9 Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com Community guidelines: http://bit.ly/2D0hlAv Subscribe to Verge on YouTube for explainers, product reviews, technology news, and more: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs
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Unraveling Our Genetic History | Garrett Hellenthal | TEDxGoodenoughCollege
Is there such thing as racial purity and are any of us genetically unrelated? Garrett shows us how DNA modelling can pinpoint the times in the past when different populations in the world have intermixed, calling into question our assumptions about homogenous racial identities. In fact, humans all over the world have been exchanging DNA with each other for a very long time… Garrett Hellenthal is statistical geneticist and current research fellow at University College London, focusing on applying mathematical models to DNA data. Garrett received his PhD in Statistics at the University of Washington, after which he continued post-doctoral work on genetic variants and increased risk in diseases at Oxford. Currently, Garrett constructs statistical algorithms to describe the genetic architecture of different human groups, and using DNA to infer human history, which includes elucidating how genetic patterns vary across world-wide human groups and identifying the factors that contribute to this variation. Garrett has created software that can pinpoint times in the past when worldwide and local populations have intermixed due to invasions, migrations and other interactions, highlighting how all human groups appear to carry links to other genetically different groups, often from quite far away, attributable to the many population movements over the centuries. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Dr. John McMurtry: The Moral DNA of the Cancer Stage of Capitalism
Dr. John McMurtry decodes the Ruling Value Mechanism of the cancer system - right down to exact principles determining its choices and decisions: The Moral DNA of the Cancer Stage of Capitalism. "27 Earths needed by 2050 in a 'business-as-usual' scenario:" http://www.soc.hawaii.edu/mora/Publications/MoraPress1.pdf “My life’s work has been to decode this globally life-invading value-system. The underlying value code driving every degenerate trend is never defined. It is, rather, assumed without question or examination. Behind all the self-referential hocus-pocus incapable of predicting its predictable disasters, a ruling value code crystallized to drive the world to ruin with no-one knowing why. This moral DNA of globalization regulates beneath consciousness by four absolute equations assumed in every moment of what is now still masked as ‘the neo-liberal turn’. The social and natural life-bases by which the human species evolves are reversed and overrun. And yet not even ‘the opposition’ defines what ultimately counts: humanity’s universal life necessities themselves - that’s where we’ve got to start our ground; and yet you don’t even find such a concept - I had to originate the concept.” BREAKING OUT OF THE INVISIBLE PRISON: The Ten-Point Global Paradigm Revolution - by Dr. John McMurtry http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-cancer-stage-of-capitalism-the-ten-point-global-paradigm-revolution/5422537 Video by http://synergyshift.nz Primary audio source:- John McMurtry: Life Capital vs. Money Capital https://youtu.be/v5UXkq2Qqlc Some footage has been respectfully borrowed from the Zeitgeist Film Series and the Culture in Decline series, both by Peter Joseph: http://zeitgeistmovie.com http://cultureindecline.com Some footage has been used under Fair Use/Fair Dealing for the purpose of criticism. All other footage and elements are licensed by Footage Firm Inc. Synergy Shift NZ is a 100% non-profit expression. No donations will be accepted and no merchandise is for sale.
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All the World's Data in DNA | Dina Zielinski | TEDxVienna
The very first hard drive needed a forklift to be moved and stored the equivalent of one MP3 file. A modern drive that weighs a bit more than an iPhone can hold 2 years worth of MP3s. Still, current storage devices can't keep up with humanity's deluge of data. All the world's data could fit in the trunk of a car using nature's oldest storage device: DNA. It's possible to read, write, and copy this data and, unlike the first hard drive, DNA will never be obsolete. Dina recently joined the Institut Curie as a bioinformatics scientist. She is fascinated by bringing biological data to life, from decoding mutations in cancer to encoding movies in DNA. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Fighting Cancer - Washington University Decodes Tumor DNA
If information is power then Washington University may have found another weapon in the fight against breast cancer.
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Fighting Cancer with DNA Sequencing, Big Data & AI | WIRED Health 2017 | WIRED Events
Jurgi Camblong’s Swiss-based company SOPHiA Genetics is using big data and artificial intelligence alongside DNA sequencing to detect cancer in the lungs, skin, ovaries and breast, as well as congenital diseases. Using machine learning, results are then compared and treatment suggested for patients. Subscribe to WIRED Events►► http://wired.uk/9ObkvY ABOUT WIRED HEALTH 2017 Hundreds of healthcare, pharmaceutical and technology influencers and leaders met at the fifth annual WIRED Health event at 30 Euston Square, London on March 9. Discover some of the fascinating insights from the esteemed speakers here: http://wired.uk/O6xMxJ ABOUT WIRED EVENTS WIRED events shine a spotlight on the innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs who are changing our world for the better. Explore this channel for videos showing on-stage talks, behind-the-scenes action, exclusive interviews and performances from our roster of events. Join us as we uncover the most relevant, up-and-coming trends and meet the people building the future. ABOUT WIRED WIRED brings you the future as it happens - the people, the trends, the big ideas that will change our lives. An award-winning printed monthly and online publication. WIRED is an agenda-setting magazine offering brain food on a wide range of topics, from science, technology and business to pop-culture and politics. CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://po.st/WiredVideo Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterWired Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookWired Google+: http://po.st/GoogleWired Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramWired Magazine: http://po.st/MagazineWired Newsletter: http://po.st/NewslettersWired
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KT The Arch Degree- The Secret Relationship Between WiFi, Bluetooth Technology, and Your Health
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CHM Live | Decoding Cancer
[Recorded June 21, 2017] Not all cancers are created equal—sequences in a cancer cell’s genetic code can affect how quickly it spreads, how resistant it is to radiation, and how it turns a normal cell into a cancerous one. The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA), a collaboration between the National Cancer Institute and the National Human Genome Research Institute, is focused on identifying, analyzing, and sharing these genetic traits. Ultimately, this information could help the medical community provide personalized treatments and more accurate diagnoses for patients. As the largest-scale cancer genomics project to date, TCGA researchers have mapped key genomic changes in 33 different types of cancer, including 10 rare forms of the disease. The organization has also collected 2.5 petabytes of data describing tumor and normal tissues from more than 11,000 patients. This information is publicly available and has been used by thousands of researchers. Join us as TCGA Director Dr. Jean Claude Zenklusen discusses the role of genetics and technology in studying, treating and preventing cancer. Dr. Zenklusen was named director of TCGA in 2013. Prior to that, he served as the scientific program director of the Office of Cancer Genomics. He also cloned two novel tumor suppressor genes while participating in the Human Genome Project in 1996. He received his PhD in cancer biology and genetics from the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in 1995. Lot number: X8248.2017 Catalog number: 102738284
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Why RNA is Just as Cool as DNA
We'll compare and contrast RNA with DNA and tell you why DNA should be sharing the limelight! Music used with permission from Adrian Holovaty (https://www.youtube.com/adrianholovaty). Check out our FREE video handouts on www.amoebasisters.com! Support us on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/amoebasisters Our FREE resources: GIFs: http://www.amoebasisters.com/gifs.html Handouts: http://www.amoebasisters.com/handouts.html Comics: http://www.amoebasisters.com/parameciumparlorcomics Connect with us! Website: http://www.AmoebaSisters.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AmoebaSisters Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmoebaSisters Tumblr: http://www.amoebasisters.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/AmoebaSister­s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amoebasistersofficial/ Visit our Redbubble store at http://www.amoebasisters.com/store.html The Amoeba Sisters videos demystify science with humor and relevance. The videos center on Pinky's certification and experience in teaching science at the high school level. Pinky's teacher certification is in grades 4-8 science and 8-12 composite science (encompassing biology, chemistry, and physics). Amoeba Sisters videos only cover concepts that Pinky is certified to teach, and they focus on her specialty: secondary life science. For more information about The Amoeba Sisters, visit: http://www.amoebasisters.com/about-us.html We cover the basics in biology concepts at the secondary level. If you are looking to discover more about biology and go into depth beyond these basics, our recommended reference is the FREE, peer reviewed, open source OpenStax biology textbook: https://openstax.org/details/books/biology We take pride in our AWESOME community, and we welcome feedback and discussion. However, please remember that this is an education channel. See YouTube's community guidelines https://www.youtube.com/yt/policyandsafety/communityguidelines.html and YouTube's policy center https://support.google.com/youtube/topic/2676378?hl=en&ref_topic=6151248. We also reserve the right to remove comments with vulgar language. We have YouTube's community contributed subtitles feature on to allow translations for different languages. YouTube automatically credits the different language contributors below (unless the contributor had opted out of being credited). We are thankful for those that contribute different languages. If you have a concern about community contributed contributions, please contact us.
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Scientists Sequence DNA of Cancer Patient
Cancer researchers say they have taken an important step in the effort to understand the disease. For the first time, they have decoded the complete DNA of a cancer patient and traced her disease to its genetic roots. VOA's Carol Pearson has more.
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Personalized Medicine in Cancer: What does it mean and how is it done?
Whether inherited or not, cancer is a genetic disease and decoding its DNA can help better diagnose, treat and manage it. Doctors can now take advantage of cutting-edge technologies, called next-generation sequencing, to make personalized medicine a reality for many cancer patients.
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Rewriting the Genetic Code: A Cancer Cure In the Making | Tal Zaks | TEDxBeaconStreet
The War on Cancer has been raging for over a century, and Tal Zaks may have the biggest breakthrough yet. His idea, to go straight to the source of the problem and edit the genetic code that causes the body to produce cancerous cells, could save millions of lives without a single surgery or chemotherapy regimen. Tal Zaks is the Chief Medical Officer of Moderna Therapeutics. Tal Zaks is the Chief Medical Officer of Moderna Therapeutics. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Decoding Cancer
USC Professor Susan Forsburg studies how chromosome duplication and maintenance contributes to overall genome stability in a model genetic system. Video by: Mira Zimet
Decoding the brain cancer genome - genetics and epigenetics
Stephen Baylin, M.D., at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center discusses the how alterations in the DNA code are deciphered in a combined effort with The Cancer Genome Atlas at the National Cancer Institute to decode the brain cancer genome
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Biomedical Big Data Revolution | Dr. Stefan Bekiranov | TEDxRVA
Find a cure for cancer from the comfort of your living room while in your PJs. It’s more possible today than it was a short time ago. We are currently undergoing a revolution in the field of biomedical research that will enable tailoring preventative strategies and therapies directly for each patient--Precision medicine. Systems Biologist, Stefan Bekiranov talks about what’s driving this revolution and how researchers are finding potential cures to diseases such as cancer at a faster rate than ever before. This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. It was filmed and edited by Tijo Media at the Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center in Richmond, VA. #medicalresearch #UVA #biomedical #bigdata #cancer #research #medicine After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from UCLA, Dr. Stefan Bekiranov worked as a microwave engineer at Raytheon Electromagnetic Systems Division in Santa Barbara. He received his PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics from the University of California at Santa Barbara and went on to do postdoctoral research in statistical/condensed matter physics at the University of Maryland. After that, Dr. Bekiranov conducted more postdoctoral research in computational biology at The Rockefeller University. He pioneered the analysis of high-resolution genomic tiling array data as a Bioinformatics Staff Scientist at Affymetrix. He is now an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine working in the fields of epigenomics and systems biology and has published over 50 papers in peer-reviewed journals. The ultimate goal of his work is to arrive at improved therapeutic targets to treat and hopefully, one day, cure cancer. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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LUPA - Dogs help to decode human DNA
Dogs are more than man's best friends; they can help us unravelling the genetic of diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, cardiovascular troubles, diabetes etc. Living in the same environment, human and dogs are suffering from the same diseases but the genetic complexity is quite lower in dogs. During 4 years 20 veterinary schools spread across Europe are working together to collect 10.000 blood samples from purebred dogs affected by similar diseases as human. The analysis of the genome of affected dogs compared to healthy ones of the same breed lead to the identification of genes implied in the mechanisms of these diseases. This research will help reducing the high level of inherited disease in purebred dogs and will allow a better understanding of the mechanisms and pathways of pathologies. Human medicine will ultimately benefit from these results. That is why the project is called LUPA as the female-wolf feeding the twins founders of Roma reflecting the benefits humans will obtain from dog genetics
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Decoding Down Syndrome's Link to Cancer and Alzheimer's Disease
Y. Eugene Yu, PhD, Associate Member, Department of Cancer Genetics at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, discusses Down syndrome and its chromosomal links to cancer and Alzheimer's disease. Yu's research lab has developed one of the most advanced and complete models of the disorder available for research. The goal of his research is to "dissect" the extra chromosome (Trisomy 21) that causes Down syndrome to advance new and better treatments for all related diseases.
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Machine Scans Your DNA To Find Best Cancer Drug
Doctors run 50 DNA tests at once to find best therapy for lung cancer (COLUMBUS, Ohio) November 2013 -- Imagine doctors being able to scan your DNA from a biopsy and pinpoint the medicine that will work best for you. It's an high-tech approach that scientists at The Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute are already using, particularly when it comes to lung cancer, the deadliest form of the cancer in the U.S. "We get the DNA, put it onto a chip, and we test 50 different genes at once," said Gregory Otterson, MD an oncologist who specializes in molecular biology and cancer genetics. "That allows us very quickly to determine which drugs will be effective for your particular cancer, and which won't," he said. That's especially important in lung cancer because the vast majority of patients are diagnosed in the later stages, meaning it's important to start effective therapies quickly. For more information, visit http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/Pages/index.aspx
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Bringing back the mammoth - decoding extinct DNA
People are very excited about the idea that an extinct species could be resurrected - Jurassic Park for real! We meet a world-leading expert in this field to find out more! "Tropical Molecules" is a video series produced by Molecular Frontiers and Untamed Science, in collaboration with Nanyang Technological University. Watch all four episodes! Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FC5X/
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Decoding cancer transcriptomes using public RNA-seq data
Speaker: dr. Pieter Mestdagh, Ghent University / Biogazelle, Belgium Event: Biogazelle sponsored RNA-sequencing mini-symposium (Ghent - Belgium, Jan. 14, 2015) Abstract: Genome-wide studies have shown that our genome is pervasively transcribed, producing a complex pool of coding and non-coding transcripts that shape the cancer transcriptome. Long non-coding RNAs or lncRNAs dominate the non-coding transcriptome and are emerging as key regulatory factors in human disease and development. Through re-analysis of RNA-sequencing data from 8000 cancer patients across 24 cancer types (The Cancer Genome Atlas), we define a PAN-cancer lncRNA landscape, revealing insights in cancer-specific lncRNAs with therapeutic and diagnostic potential. Go to http://www.biogazelle.com/services if you want to learn more about Biogazelle’s gene expression services.
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How Genomics Will Change the Way We Treat Cancer Patients | George Vasmatzis | TEDxMinneapolis
Computers and high-throughput sequencing technologies enabled an emerging field called genomics that will revolutionize the way we understand cancer and treat patients. Via comprehensive interrogation of the molecular and informational content of cells, genomics is adding immensely to the biological knowledge of cell normality and dysregulation that leads to cancer. In this talk, George Vasmatzis explains the Human Genome and how it's read and interpreted, as well as how genomics can be used for cancer biomarker discovery and patient treatment. George Vasmatzis, Ph.D., is the co-director of the Biomarker Discovery Program within the Center for Individualized Medicine. In addition to earning a doctorate in biomedical engineering, Dr. Vasmatzis has acquired experience in diverse disciplines, including bioinformatics, molecular biology and computational biology. His research team consists of bioinformatics specialists, molecular biologists, epidemiologists and pathologists. Dr. Vasmatzis' laboratory has demonstrated success in discovery and translation of several biomarkers as well as developing evidence-based models that should help clinicians stratify patients with cancer in order to provide each individual with the appropriate care. His organization's work is set on the shoulders of the Human Genome Project, and could present us with a vision - and hope - for the future of cancer treatment. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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A Turning Point for Cancer Vaccines
Personalized cancer vaccines are custom built for each and every individual, and have the potential to revolutionize cancer treatment. Genentech’s Peter Fong explains the history and future of this fascinating approach.
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"How machine learning helps cancer research" by Evelina Gabasova
Machine learning methods are being applied in many different areas - from analyzing financial stock markets to movie recommender engines. But the same methods can be applied to other areas that also deal with big messy data. In bioinformatics I use similar machine learning, only this time to help find the underlying mechanisms of cancer. The problems in bioinformatics might seem opaque and confusing - sequencing, DNA, methylation, ChIP-seq, motifs etc. But underneath, the same algorithms that are used to find groups of customers based on their buying behavior can be used to find subtypes of cancer that respond differently to treatments. Algorithms for text analysis can be used to find important patterns in DNA strands. And software verification tools can help analyze biological systems. In this talk, I'll show you the exciting world of machine learning applications in bioinformatics. No knowledge of biology is required, the talk will be mostly in developer-speak. Evelina Gabasova UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE @evelgab Evelina is a machine learning researcher working in bioinformatics, trying to reverse-engineer cancer at University of Cambridge. Her background is mainly in computer science, statistics and machine learning. Evelina is a big fan of F# and uses it frequently for data manipulation and exploratory analysis in her research. Outside of academia, she also speaks at developer conferences and user groups about using F# for data science. She writes a blog at http://www.evelinag.com.
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Life At Its Best 7 - Cancer: Causes and Treatment by Barbara O'Neil (18th February 2017)
Barbara O’Neill, author, educator, qualified naturopath and nutritionist, is also an international speaker on natural self-healing. She has raised eight children and is a specialist in women’s and children’s health. She is also the health director of the successful Misty Mountain Health Education & Wellness Retreat, located in the Macleay Valley west of Kempsey, between Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie. Barbara is passionate about good health and natural healing. She believes in giving the body optimum conditions in order for it to heal itself. If you would like to know more about Misty Mountain, where Barbara works, please click https://www.mmh.com.au/ Fountain In The City Saturday | 2PM & 3.20PM UTS Building 5, Lecture Theatre 5B.01.11 Quay Street, Haymarket, Sydney Website: http://fountaininthecity.com/ Facebook: www. facebook.com/fountaininthecity
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Understanding Cancer Genomics (v. 1.0 15/05/2017)
Find out about cancer genomics and how we analyse genomes to help patients in the 100,000 Genomes Project. * This video has been approved by a Research Ethics Committee (REC) for use when consenting patients in the 100,000 Genomes Project. For more about the 100,000 Genomes Project, visit www.genomicsengland.co.uk and follow us on Twitter @genomicsengland
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Do What Thou Wilt - The Slogan Of The New World Society
YouTube: This video is not bullying, threatening, or harming anyone in any way. We are just showing what has been shown to us through the mainstream media, tv, movies and other outlets. This is only our opinion on what we see, nothing more. For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet. And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers, Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful: Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them. Romans 1:26-32 Speaker: John MacArthur - https://www.oneplace.com/ministries/grace-to-you/ Video: Truth Shock TV - https://www.youtube.com/user/TruthShockTV Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. John 14:6 “In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace;” Ephesians 1:7 God bless you and your families. Know Jesus! Repent of your sins daily. Let the Potter mold his clay into something wonderful. New videos are posted daily. Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ShakingMyHeadProductions /////// Cell Towers - 5G - The Truth Will Shock You! - https://youtu.be/Ua1QzJi6Cwc Saturnalia Nimrod Tammuz Saturn Worship - https://youtu.be/AlynY3KC-hQ RFID, Blockchain, AI, Bitcoin - The Truth Will Shock You! - https://youtu.be/W7nt5FynDw8 The First Church of Artificial Intelligence - https://youtu.be/Ll1ww996_I0 5G Technology - What You Need To Know! - https://youtu.be/7xd1_gCJNwA Exposing The Vatican & False Prophet of The New World Order - https://youtu.be/pc0mgMESZ1Q
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How To Cure Yourself Of Cancer: An Epic Interview With A Man Who Defied Conventional Medicine &...
https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/questtocurecancer My guest on today's podcast, Eric Remensperger, has been a practicing attorney for over 30 years. He is a partner at a major law firm, Proskauer, where he heads up the West Coast real estate practice. But that’s not the most interesting part. Eric is also a major-league biohacker who has cured himself of cancer. I first met Eric at the PaleofX conference last May, and you may have seen his “daily shake” ingredients which appeared at the end of a blog I posted in July of last year entitled “6 Crazy, Exotic Superfood Cocktails, Shakes & Mind-Bending Recipes”... I ran into Eric again in December at the Runga event in Costa Rica, where he told me an incredible story about how his life had changed. In a nutshell, his decades long obsession with health and wellness hit the fastlane when he was diagnosed last spring with stage IV prostate cancer (with a Gleason score of 9), and as a result of that he did an incredibly deep dive into the science behind cancer and the various treatment protocols, some of which I’m sure we’ll get into on the podcast. For those of you who are concerned about cancer, or have been touched by it, I think you will find this a very interesting conversation. As a non-health-care professional who has gone from stage IV metastatic cancer to full remission, Eric can speak freely about his experiences and what he has learned (and continues to learn) about the theories on the causes of cancer and the premises behind the various treatment modalities. His goal is to assist those who wish to take charge of their own care by providing the information needed to better assist them in working with their doctors and healthcare professionals to find the best path to manage the disease by shifting from “cancering” to the body’s natural state of “healing”. Eric lives in Santa Monica, CA, where he is an advanced yogi and a health nut. During our discussion, you'll discover: -How Eric went from a cigarette-smoking, divorced lawyer to a complete yogi enthusiast and health nut, far before he found out he had cancer...[10:22] -The one book that stood out from the 21 books Eric read in the 14 days after discovering he had cancer...[24:05] -How "Qi" stagnation and emotional issues can cause cancer...[28:50] -The fascinating experiments by Wilhelm Reich in which he discovered something called "bions" that can precede cancer...[42:00] -The way that quantum physics and vibrational energies can allow you to believe yourself into a state of sickness (and vice versa)...[49:20] -The importance difference between nutritional ketosis and therapeutic ketosis...[52:25] -What Eric discovered about deuterium depletion and it's link to cancer...[54:25] -The one pharmaceutical anti-fungal drug that Eric takes and recommends looking into for anyone who has cancer...[57:40] -Why Eric swears by a one-two combo of hyperbaric oxygen and ozone therapy via rectal insufflation for killing cancer cells...[59:05] -Why Eric completely shut down his testosterone levels and chemically castrated himself...[66:45] -The role of apricot pits and wormwood toxins for shutting down cancer cells...[71:10] -The Pau D' Arco tea blend that both Ben and Eric drink every day to support their mitochondria and cellular health...[74:00] -Why sunlight is crucial to producing something called "GcMAF", a crucial component of your immune system...[76:42] -And much more! Resources from this episode: -Eric's Quest to Cure Cancer website -6 Crazy, Exotic Superfood Cocktails, Shakes & Mind-Bending Recipes -Book: Tripping Over The Truth - The Metabolic Theory Of Cancer -Book: Bion Experiments by Wilhelm Reich -Book: The Cancer Biopathy by Wilhelm Reich -Book: Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender -Podcast: Podcast On Fixing Your Mitochondria With Dr. Joe Mercola -Podcast: Why You've Been Lied To About Cancer & What You Can Do About It -Podcast: The Mold-Cancer Link, Resetting Your Nervous System, Dry Fasting, Nanonutrients & More With Ian Clark Article: Do Muscle Building Supplements Really Cause Cancer? Article: Why You Get Cancer And What You Can Do About It Article: Did Lebron James’ Cell Phone Give Him Mouth Cancer? -Deuterium-depleted water Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Eric or me? Leave your comments at https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/questtocurecancer and one of us will reply!
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The Noncoding Genome: Finding Treasures in our Junk DNA
The sequencing of the human genome provided a template with encrypted sequences within that are the code for life. The genome sequence has allowed us to map which regions of our genome associated with human disease. Surprisingly, the efforts to map human genetic diversity have pointed to many regions of DNA previously considered "junk DNA" as critical for human health. Junk DNA comprises approximately 95% of our genome that doesn't encode for protein genes that have been the predominant focus of modern medicine. Yet more recently profound new clues to human health and disease have arisen from the junk DNA. Here we will discuss the biological treasures that have been identified in the noncoding genome in a historical context. John L. Rinn is an assistant professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology at Harvard University and Medical School and Senior Associate Member of the Broad Institute.
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Personalized Medicine: A New Approach | Luigi Boccuto | TEDxGreenville
Coming directly from the Greenwood Genetics Center, Boccuto asks if you have ever thought about what medicine looks like in the future? What if medical issues could be individualized on a genetic level? What if science could pinpoint risks and prevention before birth? In vitro? Well this talk shows how it just might be possible. Luigi Boccuto is originally from Catanzaro, Italy, but has been living in Greenwood, SC for over 10 years. He received his medical degree and post-doc degree in medical genetics at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Rome. During his school and training years, he has worked on hereditary cancer, overgrowth syndromes and intellectual disability (ID) syndromes. He is currently working as Research Scientist at the JC Self Research Institute of the Greenwood Genetic Center. His main projects are focused on the study of the genetic causes of autism, ID, and conditions with segmental or generalized overgrowth. Most of my work is focused on characterizing the metabolic profiles of cells from patients with genetic conditions, to detect molecular biomarkers for early screening or diagnosis, discover pathogenic mechanisms underlying such disorders, and identify novel targets for treatment approaches. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Interpreting Cancer Copy-Number Alterations
Copy-number alterations are among the most common alterations in cancer, and affect more of the genome than any other alteration. We have been studying copy-number alterations genome-wide among thousands of cancers across dozens of cancer types. We find hundreds of regions that are recurrently amplified and deleted, and most of these do not encompass known oncogenes or tumor suppressor genes. Determining the driver genes that are "targeted" by recurrent copy-number changes will benefit from an improved accounting for the mechanisms by which those copy-number changes arise as well as an accounting for the effects of both positive and negative selection.
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Decoding our DNA
Manna Church is like every other church (theology) and yet very much different. Young people and older people, people of various races, people of all walks of life feel comfortable and welcome at Manna Church. Why? What makes it unique? How has this church been able to connect with the culture without compromising the message? What is the secret? Decoding Our DNA is an in depth look into Hows and Whys of Manna Church and a look at the values that have enabled this church to impact the lives of so many.
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PARMANU: The Story Of Pokhran | OFFICIAL TRAILER | John Abraham, Diana Penty, Boman Irani | 25th May
Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran is an upcoming Indian Hindi feature film, directed by Abhishek Sharma. The film is based on the biggest secret mission ever undertaken by the Indian Government where five nuclear bombs were tested in the Pokhran range in 1998. The movie features John Abraham, Diana Penty and Boman Irani in lead roles. Produced by Zee Studios and Kyta Productions in association with JA Entertainment, the film is written by Saiwyn Quadras, Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh and Abhishek Sharma. All India Distribution by Vashu Bhagnani's Pooja Entertainment. Parmanu is slated to release on 25 May 2018.
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Scientist Barrie Trower   Targetting US UK citizens with Microwave weapons   Cancer
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DNA - Episode 3 of 5 - The Human Race - PBS Documentary
In the 1990s, the race to work out the structure of DNA 50 years ago was eclipsed by another race: to catalogue all the genes in the human genome. The rivalry became so bitter that presidents and prime ministers had to intervene in an epic endeavour that will take a decade to complete and cost billion of dollars. The story begins in 1990, when the Human Genome Project was launched to decipher the complete instruction manual of the human being. This epic endeavour took over a decade to complete and cost billions of dollars. Eight years after its launch, a rival private bid was announced in an attempt to shut the public project down. A personal feud erupted between Craig Venter, who ran Celera's privately funded Genome Project, and Sir John Sulston, who oversaw Britain's share of the public Human Genome Project. Craig Venter believed he could finish the Human Genome several years before the public project. The fighting became so intense that President Clinton stepped in to try to unite the two sides. Clinton asked a go-between to sort out the two warring groups. Over pizza and beer in a basement, the two sides agreed to a cease-fire. They would announce their draft results -- together -- in a joint celebration hosted by The White House in June 2000.
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Greg Matthews on Decoding the Cancer Center Constituent
Greg Matthews, Managing Director for MDigitalLife at the W2O Group, discusses why, in the face of a changing model for care delivery, hospitals and cancer centers must understand their stakeholders as never before – and how the W2O Group’s SocialGraphics method can contribute to that. Greg refers to the new report from Good Scout Group and MDigitalLife entitled Decoding the Cancer Center Constituent – download the report free at http://goodscoutgroup.com/decodingcancer. Presented live on March 12, 2015 at the W2O Group’s Precommerce Summit #SxW2O ➤ Like the video? SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/1RX47Yg ➤ Visit our website: http://www.w2ogroup.com ➤ Follow Us: https://twitter.com/w2ogroup https://www.facebook.com/w2ogroup
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Mitochondrail DNA: Prometheus' Gift or Pandora's Box?
Air date: Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 3:00:00 PM Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local Category: Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Description: The Greek myth of the giant Prometheus stealing fire from the Olympian gods and giving it to humans, and the gods' "Trojan horse" gift to Prometheus of the beautiful but incorrigibly curious Pandora neatly symbolizes the symbiotic origin of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and its role in human health and pathology (including aging). I will review our relatively recent awareness of mtDNA and our even more recent discovery of its important role in human pathology. The first two pathogenic mutations in mtDNA were reported in 1988: 24 years later, over 200 point mutations and innumerable deletions have been associated with an extraordinary variety of human disorders, most of them multisystemic ("mitochondrial encephalomyopathies") but some tissue-specific (for example, mitochondrial myopathies). After a brief reminder of the unique rules of mitochondrial genetics, I will propose a genetic classification of the mitochondrial disorders and provide examples of different mtDNA-related diseases. As a myologist by training, I feel obliged to stress the importance of the muscle biopsy in our diagnostic approach to mitochondrial diseases. As mtDNA mutations are so common, it is important to recognize which are pathogenic and which are neutral polymorphisms. I will, therefore, review and provide examples of the "canonical" criteria of mtDNA pathogenicity, including heteroplasmy, single fiber PCR, and the cybrid technology. In 2000, I wrote a review titled "Mutations in mtDNA: are we scraping the bottom of the barrel?" (Brain Pathology 2000:10:431-441). I will proceed to show that we are far from scratching the bottom of the barrel. We are still debating the frequency of mtDNA-related disorders; novel mutations or novel clinical phenotypes are still being reported at a brisk pace; the role of homoplasmic pathogenic mutations is not yet fully understood; similarly, the modulating role of mtDNA haplotypes is still being described; and -- importantly -- the pathogenic mechanism of mtDNA mutations is not yet understood (in other words, we still do not understand why MELAS differs from MERRF when both syndromes are due to mutations in mtDNA tRNA genes). It has been aptly said that mtDNA is the slave of nuclear DNA (nDNA), in that, in the course of the millennia, mtDNA has lost most of its original autonomy and now depends heavily on nuclear DNA for its basic functions, including replication and maintenance. Thus, besides disorders (reviewed above) due to "primary" mtDNA mutations, there are many disorders due to mutations in nuclear genes controlling mtDNA replication (mtDNA depletion syndromes), mtDNA maintenance (multiple mtDNA deletions syndromes) or mtDNA translation. These "indirect hits" (defects of intergenomic communication) are transmitted as mendelian traits but have genetic features that overlap with mitochondrial genetics. Thanks to new generation mitoexome sequencing, the neat subdivision between mtDNA depletion and multiple mtDNA syndromes is crumbling, as mutations in the same genes (usually involved with the homeostasis of the mitochondrial nucleotide pool) can impair either mtDNA replication or maintenance (or both). In a provocative article, the late Anita Harding wondered whether normal aging wasn't the most common mitochondrial disease of them all. There is considerable evidence that this is true and largely due to spontaneous accumulations of mtDNA deletions in postmitotic tissues. Finally, although I don't have the time to review therapeutic strategies, I will consider a potentially preventive approach to mtDNA-related diseases, namely cytoplasmic transfer. Although successful in primates and 2in preliminary experiments with defective human oocytes, this therapeutic modality requires careful ethical screening. The NIH Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series includes weekly scientific talks by some of the top researchers in the biomedical sciences worldwide. For more information, visit: The NIH Director's Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Author: Dr. Salvatore DiMauro, Columbia University Medical Center Runtime: 01:04:37 Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?17182
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Bioinformatics: A way to deciphere DNA and cure life's deadliest diseases | Spencer Hall | TEDxUGA
Spencer Hall is a student with an idea that has the potential to save thousands of lives. His personal experience with Cystic Fibrosis and his understanding of Statistics has lead him to believe that Statistical analysis of DNA could hold the key to placing some of life's deadliest diseases in the past. Spencer Hall is a fourth year Statistics major and Philosophy minor. Hall plans on attending graduate school to pursue a master’s in Statistics with a concentration in Bioinformatics. Hall has had first-hand experience with a chronic illness that could be benefited by the application of bioinformatics. His talk is about how the massive amount of genetic data available today is too large to be analyzed without statistical methods, and has consequences so important that we cannot afford not to study it. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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DNA - Episode 2 of 5 - Playing.God - PBS Documentary
In 1973 two scientists undertook an experiment which rocked the world. By transferring DNA from one species to another, Herb Boyer and Stan Cohen became the first Genetic Engineers. Their experimrnt triggerd a wave of controversy about the dangers of genetic manupulation, but it also generated a multi billion dollar industry. Biotechnology would soon transform the pharmaceutical industry and genetically modified food was to herald the biggest revolution in agriculture since the industrialization of farming. Yet the public was skeptical, and so were certain scientists. Some feared that a cancer-causing gene stitched into the DNA of a bacterium might be accidentally absorbed in the human gut, enabling cancer to be passed on like an infectious disease. Biologists from all over the world were called to a meeting in California to draw up a strict set of safety guidelines. When the panic subsided the stage was set for a biotechnology bonanza. A race began to produce genetically engineered insulin. A couple of years later a young researcher called Rob Horsch, who worked for the chemical giant Monsanto, produced the first genetically engineered plant. The biotech revolutions had arrived.
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Maria Nattestad: How Big Data is transforming biology and how we are using Python to make sense
PyData NYC 2015 Biology is experiencing a Big Data revolution brought on by advances in genome sequencing technologies, leading to new challenges and opportunities in computational biology. To address one of these challenges, we built a Python library named SplitThreader to represent complex genomes as graphs, which we are using to untangle hundreds of mutations in a cancer genome. The field of biology is in the midst of a sequencing revolution. The amount of data collected is growing exponentially, fueled by a cost of sequencing that is dropping at a rate outpacing Moore's Law. In Python terms, the human genome is a "list" containing 46 "strings" (chromosomes) for a total of 6 billion characters. Every single character can be the site of a mutation that brings you one step closer to cancer. My research is in cancer genomics, and I have been working to reconstruct the history of rearrangements that brought one patient's cancer genome from 46 chromosomes to 86. In an effort to untangle hundreds of large, overlapping mutations, we built a genomic graph library in Python named SplitThreader. I will motivate why a special graph library is needed to represent genomes and how this same library can be used to understand human genetic variation. I will also discuss some of the major challenges we are facing in genomics, how big data is introducing a new way of doing science, and how we ourselves have used Python to quickly iterate on new ideas and algorithms. This will serve as an overview of some of the challenges in computational biology. Slides available here: http://www.slideshare.net/MariaNattestad/data-and-python-in-biology-at-pydata-nyc-2015 GitHub repo here: : https://github.com/marianattestad/splitthreader
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England's National Health Service Announces DNA Project to Fight Cancer, Rare Diseases
England's publicly funded healthcare system, the National Health Service announced 11 new Genomics Medicine Centres Monday, as part of a new DNA scheme that aims to tackle cancer and rare diseases. The centres are part of their 100,000 Genomes Project , which was launched by Prime Minister David Cameron earlier this year to collect and decode 100,000 genomes, enabling scientists and doctors to understand more about specific conditions. The NHS aims to transform the future of healthcare and hopes the centres will improve the prediction and prevention of disease, enable new and more precise diagnostic tests, and allow personalisation of drugs and other treatments to specific genetic variants. http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/omYUTpby_pc/ http://www.wochit.com
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Project Hanover: Using Technology to Personalize Cancer Treatment
Cancer experts will sometimes tell you that every patient's cancer is a snowflake, each case unique in its own way. With oncologists needing to consider all the individual elements to a patient's cancer, Microsoft researcher Hoifung Poon, along with his colleagues, has developed a system that uses machine learning to sort through the massive volumes of cancer research that might apply to a particular case. This system could help an oncologist more quickly cut through data, creating personalized cancer treatment plans that more effectively treat each unique cancer. Learn more how technology is helping personalize cancer treatment: http://news.microsoft.com/stories/computingcancer Project Hanover: http://hanover.azurewebsites.net/
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Cancer Treatment: Epigenetics
Every cell in your body contains the same DNA, whether a cell looks and behaves like a skin cell, brain cell, or bone cell, depends on what genes within the cells DNA are turned on or off. But when cells are constantly being damaged and replaced, overtime the on/off switches can go haywire. Epigenetics is the science of what turns genes on and off. We know that mutations or damaged genes in our DNA can lead to cancer. We are learning that the on off switches on the genes can cause damaged cells to keep multiplying or prevent repair to damaged cells. Researchers are working on epigenetic drugs that conflict the on/off switches on our genes to change the instructions that cancer cells are following. Talk to your doctor and visit http://StandUpToCancer.org/ClinicalTrials. Stand Up and donate: http://www.StandUpToCancer.org/donate Stand Up To Cancer’s mission is to raise funds to accelerate the pace of groundbreaking translational research that can get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now. Find out more about Stand Up To Cancer: http://www.StandUpToCancer.org Subscribe now to be notified of future live events and new uploads: https://www.youtube.com/SU2C?sub_conf… Shop for Stand Up To Cancer merchandise: http://www.shopSU2C.org More Stand Up To Cancer channels: https://facebook.com/SU2C https://twitter.com/SU2C https://instagram.com/SU2C
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Whole Genome Sequencing: Decoding the Language of Life and Health
This video is an introduction to the free whole genome sequencing course from Health Education England's Genomics Education Programme. Sign up for the free course here: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/whole-genome-sequencing ABOUT THE COURSE Whole genome sequencing is a relatively new technology that allows us to ‘read’ a person’s or organism’s entire genetic code. But how does it work and what does it mean for all of us? How do scientists begin to make sense of the vast amount of information that whole genome sequencing provides? And what does this new technology mean for the future of healthcare and personalised medicine? LEARN HOW GENOME SEQUENCING WORKS This course will take you behind the scenes to explore this emerging technology and its promises to revolutionise healthcare around the world. You will be given a unique insight into modern genetics laboratories and state of the art sequencing facilities, led by clinical scientists who are using whole genome sequencing to shape decisions about patient care and appropriate treatments. You will be introduced to the fundamental basics of DNA and genetic variation, before exploring the process of whole genome sequencing and the ways in which the resultant data can be analysed and used to benefit patients. Leading scientists and genomics experts will explore the potential and limitations of this new technology, and the ethical questions that arise when we can ‘read a person’s genome’. EXPLORE HOW WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING AFFECTS HEALTHCARE Throughout the course you will be introduced to a range of case studies and scenarios where whole genome sequencing is having a profound impact on healthcare and life decisions. You will be introduced to England’s pioneering 100,000 Genomes Project and its potential impact on how we understand and care for patients with rare diseases and cancer. You will also discover how genomics is being used in epidemiology and helping us tackle infectious diseases. REQUIREMENTS You don’t need an in-depth knowledge of genetics, as this course will provide a recap on the basics. It is designed for anyone who wants to learn about whole genome sequencing, how it operates and the impact it is likely to have on healthcare. The course is aimed at healthcare professionals who have limited or no understanding of the sequencing process and the many varied uses of whole genome sequencing. Science undergraduates and non-specialists who want to learn more about sequencing and genomic medicine are also very welcome. https://www.genomicseducation.hee.nhs.uk Sign up for the FREE course now at: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/whole-genome-sequencing
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