Incidental findings in genomic sequencing: a health economics perspective

from Health Economics and Genomics at on November 30, 2014 at 01:15PM

When this blog began, I mentioned that I would be happy to publish posts by other researchers: different opinions and healthy debate are both welcome here. I’m therefore very pleased to introduce a colleague of mine at the University of Oxford, Jilles Fermont, who discusses some recently published articles on incidental findings in genomic sequencing […]