Using genetic tools, researchers have traced elephant poaching and ivory smuggling back to a handful of cartels. It adds that that there are only some 400,00 elephants …Read More
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Researchers have developed a gene engineering approach that could be used to combat cocaine addiction. The University of Chicago’s Ming Xu and colleagues hypothesized that skin cells …Read More
While consumer genetic testing companies have privacy policies, Fortune reports that there are still concerns about genetic information being used by law enforcement, employers, or health insurers. …Read More
Doctors and hospitals love to talk about the cancer patients they’ve saved, and reporters love to write about them. But deaths still vastly outnumber the rare successes. …Read More
THE SEARCH for the so-called Golden State Killer — who allegedly raped dozens of women and killed at least 12 people in the 1970s and 1980s — …Read More
News from RSSPQ
The QNPHC and Genome Quebec are almost ready to launch “Genomic 101″ training course for health professionals in order to raise their awareness of the subject and the integration of personalized health care in the health care system. This course should be available this autumn and we would like to reach 1000 participants after one year. We can currently count on financial support from companies, Merck, Novartis, Roche, AstraZeneca and Pfizer.
QNPHC’s Chairman of the Board, David Levine, is pleased to announce the nomination of a new member of the board, Mrs Alexandra Obadia, General manager of CARTaGENE.
Personalized Health Care
THE 4PS OF PERSONALIZED HEALTH CARE Predictive: Identification of individual risks of developing certain diseases based on the person’s genetic profile and other personal information Preventive: Methods …Read More
A focal point on PHC
The Quebec Network for Personalized Healthcare (QNPHC) is taking part in what can rightfully be called a revolution in healthcare management by providing a focal point and …Read More