People often ask me “why can’t we use DNA information to help with this disease?"
We all learn about DNA, the genes it contains and their role in inheritance. DNA sequences can be used to identify lost relatives or convict someone of a crime. But it is a much greater resource than that. Your DNA contains information that sets your disease risk. This information is 'easy' to find. However, mechanisms and treatments are not always obvious. In this talk, Justin will discuss insights that are raising the bar and making DNA easier to use. Our goal is extended lives and wellbeing.