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Ian Davis
Ian Davis, MD, PhD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member, G. Denman Hammond Associate Professorship for Childhood Cancer, and Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics at UNC-Chapel Hill. Davis is specifically involved with Cancer Genetics, Pediatric Hematology Oncology Program and the Bone and Soft Tissue Oncology Program.
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William Y. Kim
William Y. Kim, MD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member and Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics in the Department of Medicine and Division of Hematology and Oncology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Kim is involved with Cancer Genetics, Clinical Research, Urologic Oncology Program and the Cancer Genetics Program. Kim Lab studies the genetics of bladder and kidney cancers.
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Evans on 23andMe genetic testing controversy in The Cancer Letter
James Evans, MD, PhD, published his thoughts on the 23andMe genetic testing controversy in the Dec. 13 issue of The Cancer Letter.
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Katherine Hoadley
Katherine Hoadley, PhD, is an assistant professor in Cancer Genetics at UNC.
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David Threadgill
PhD, Genetics, UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Genetics
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Yufeng Liu
PhD, Associate Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Genetics
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Jonathan S. Berg
Jonathan S. Berg, MD, PhD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member and Assistant Professor at UNC-Chapel Hill in the Department of Genetics. Berg Lab is interested in the development and application of genetic tests in patients and their families.
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The power to help, hurt and confuse: direct-to-consumer whole genome testing
CHAPEL HILL – The era of widely available next generation personal genomic testing has arrived and with it the ability to quickly and relatively affordably learn the sequence of your entire genome. This would include what is referred to as the “exome,” your complete set of protein-coding sequences.
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Karen Mohlke
PhD, Genetics, UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Genetics
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Andrew Nobel
PhD, Professor, School of Public Health, UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Genetics
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