Making It Personal: Geneticist Michael Snyder Puts a Face on Personalized Medicine
The single participant in a groundbreaking—and controversial—study is forcing clinicians to confront the thorny ethical issues surrounding the sequencing of individual genomes to offer a glimpse at what the future of medicine may look like.
The Problem of Reproducibility in the Social Sciences
Do classic psychological studies published in high-profile journals hold up? The Reproducibility Project aims to find out.
Should You or Shouldn’t You? New Evidence in the Great Mammogram Debate
Could the radiation from screening actually increase the odds of developing breast cancer among women with a specific gene?