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Hello and Happy Chinese New Year 2019 from Merogenomics!
Short educational video
This month's short video is an excerpt from a presentation about the inherited predisposition of breast and ovarian cancers. This 6-minute video explains how DNA mutations are made, how common they are, and how a person can be predisposed to cancer through genetics.
If you have a burning question related to DNA topics that you would like to see answered in future videos, please let us know. Enjoy!
The first featured article for this month is Merogenomics first post created with medical doctors in mind, and talks about the top three considerations that doctors and patients alike should consider when dealing with DNA tests.
The second post is a return to our annual tradition of commenting on the most shared articles of the previous year about anything related to DNA. It makes for an assortment of eclectic but always amusing stories, and last year, topics on politics and redheads dominated!
The final article presents the latest scientific information on the benefits of sequencing babies at birth. How many presumed healthy babies do you think were found to be genetically affected?
Is there a DNA sequencing topic that is of interest to you and that you would want to see covered? Don't be shy, let us know!
Have you seen our online survey? We are compiling data related to genome sequencing and we would love to hear from you! It only takes few minutes, and how often do you get to fill a survey related to DNA testing? So have some fun with this one!
How to obtain full genome sequencing
You can purchase a clinical genome sequencing screening test from one of the world's best providers, Variantyx, in one of three ways:
The steps for obtaining full genome sequence:
Email Merogenomics to book your free consultation or call us at 780-665-5336.
You can purchase full genome sequencing in a couple of ways:
If you don't have PSHP for your business and you are interested in setting one up, we can connect you with a local expert, Luene La Fountaine, who performed the investigation for Merogenomics.
Merogenomics is proud to announce that it will be one of the participants at the upcoming seminar on DNA testing and critical illness insurance on February 21 at ATB Entrepreneur Centre. There will be two different short independent sessions, one from Merogenomics on how DNA sequencing can be used for future health protection, including insurability. This will merge into a talk from ATB Senior Life Insurance Specialists Leslie-Anne Preece, which will cover the details of critical illness insurance.
Click on the image below for more details about the event and for registration.
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