genetics

Genetics may be the next big thing in medicine, but at what cost?

Apr 12, 2013
Many believe genetics are the next big thing in medicine, but one question for this new era of personalized medicine is cost.
Posted In: cancer, Science, genetics, health care

Genetic testing gaining popularity, dropping in price

Mar 12, 2012
A study by the UnitedHealth Group released this morning says we spent about $5 billion on genetic tests in 2010 and could spend $25 billion by the end of the decade.
Posted In: health care, genetics, babies

The growth of the genetic testing industry

Mar 12, 2012
A new study that predicts that Americans could be spending $25 billion a year by the end of this decade on genetics testing. It's believed that the prospect of being able to sequence whole genomes at an affordable cost now is really a gamechanger.
Posted In: Health, genetics, disease

Get mapped for a grand

Jan 10, 2012
My, what nice genes you have
Posted In: dna, genetics, medical records

Monkeys love discounts too

Dec 1, 2011
Researchers at Yale are wondering if spending behavior has something to do with genetics. We learn how monkeys and humans are similar -- and different -- when it comes to plunking down cash.
Posted In: spending, Personal Finance, psychology, genetics