Pilot project holds promise for helping inform Vermonters’ health care decisions BURLINGTON – The University of Vermont Health Network has begun a pilot project to offer Genomic DNA Testing to patients as part of their clinical care. The pilot program is the beginning of an effort to increase the integration of genetic disease risks into […]Continue reading
By Elizabeth Whittington, LunaDNA Contributor When President Barack Obama introduced “precision medicine” in his 2015 State of the Union, many in the medical field were already familiar with the term. But for the general public, the Precision Medicine Initiative sparked a new way of thinking about disease treatment and prevention; one that takes into account […]Continue reading
There are currently more than 40 drugs approved to treat depression. For many patients, it can be an experience in trial and error to determine what drug or combination works the best with the fewest side effects. In an ideal situation, your genetic profile could inform your doctor the best drug, along with the best […]Continue reading
As much as 30% of the entire world’s stored data is generated in the healthcare industry, where a single patient history typically generates ~80 megabytes in imaging and electronic health data each year. The explosive growth in digital medical data allows healthcare providers to take advantage of greater intelligence in the care of patients. To be the […]Continue reading
LunaPBC Partners with Medfusion to Launch Electronic Health Record Integration, Supporting Community-Driven Research
San Diego, Calif. | September 10, 2019 | 8:00 a.m. PT — LunaPBC™, founder of LunaDNA™, the first community-owned genomic and health data platform — now enables members to access their electronic health records (EHRs) in the LunaDNA platform via Medfusion’s Patient Data Application Program Interfaces (APIs). This integration expands individual’s opportunities to easily and […]Continue reading
Take a look at any recent major news publication. Information about the latest scientific discovery or technological advancements can be found in nearly every issue. Yet for a disease that currently affects over 5 million Americans and is projected to affect almost 14 million by 2050, shockingly little progress has been made toward effective treatment, […]Continue reading
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