GENOMEWEB: An international team has tracked down rare glioma-related variants in seven genes through a genome sequencing study that tapped into a collection of familial glioma that began well over a decade ago.
NEW ZEALAND DOCTOR: In this cover story, journalist Alan Perrott grills a leader in genome sequencing and artificial intelligence on the future of healthcare.
SCITECH DAILY: International research teams have uncovered a new cause for pediatric seizures: mosaicism, a condition in which cells within the same individual have different genetic compositions.
FORBES: A U.K. program will begin genome sequencing on 100,000 babies this year, but some experts believe the practice could prove unethical.
DARK DAILY: Research in the UK and US into how rapid WGS can prevent deaths and improve outcomes for kids with rare genetic diseases may lead to more genetic testing based in local clinical laboratories.
PEDIATRIC MELTDOWN PODCAST: Podcast host Dr. Lia Gaggino talks with Dr. Caleb Bupp, Dr. Andrea Scheurer and Dr. Joseph Fakhoury about Project Baby Deer.
Fortune: No one wants to find themselves sick or in need of a medical diagnosis. But there are those out there who already are—and are desperately seeking answers.
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS MEDICINE: Stephen Kingsmore talks about the challenges in diagnosing rare diseases and how diagnosis could be improved in the future.
Global Bio & Investment: RCIGM CEO Stephen F. Kingsmore spoke at the Asia-Pacific Forum on Population Genomics and Precision Medicine.