As interest in genetic testing rises, one woman faces 10 years in prison for a $1 million Medicare fraud scheme that lured seniors into unnecessary genetic testing.
Healthcare professionals tend to have a belief in facts, and as a corollary believe in conventional wisdom that knowledge is power. Of course, what people SAY they want to know and how they actually act is often miles apart.
Conventional wisdom can be a reassuring thing. But sometimes it can be flat-out wrong. Consider 94-year-old Olga Kotelko.
Largest-ever Alzheimer's study unlocks new knowledge about the disease's genetic roots, researchers sayOctober 30, 2013
The largest-ever international study of Alzheimer's disease has significantly expanded the scientific community's understanding of the disease's genetic underpinnings, according to a report in Nature Genetics.
Eight genes that have been overlooked in the past appear to play a role in the healing of pressure ulcers and other wounds, according to biologists from the University of California at San Diego.