Dr. Jonathan Keats discusses how multiple myeloma can be multiple cancers from a genetic standpoint. Through his work with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation's CoMMpass Study, Dr. Keats' team has sequenced 1,150 patients from 90 sites worldwide. What does this mean for patients?
TGen's Center for Rare Childhood Disorders provides genetic testing to give hope and answers to rare disease patients. As part of their summer project, our Helios Scholars at TGen interns, Hannah and Morgan, interviewed one of our families about their journey to a diagnosis and treatment.
Glioblastoma is the deadliest cancer. It has been in the news lately because of the recent diagnosis of Senator John McCain and former Vice President Joe Biden's Moonshot Initiative. What is glioblastoma and why is it so hard to treat?
Welcome to TGen Talks! Dr. Jeffrey Trent, former Research Director for the Human Genome Project, and current President of the Translational Genomics Research Institute, talks about how we use genes to discover the causes of serious diseases and develop smarter treatments for them. Everything from Alzheimer's to Zika virus.