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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

By Pooja Ramchandran December 3rd is celebrated as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD).

Sports Genomics – Athletics

When the stories of Nadia Comaneci’s ‘perfect 10’ and Sergey Bubka’s 6.10 meter pole-vault floored into the textbooks of our childhood and...

Quest: Case Study – Part 1

Our genetic counselor writes about a client's journey to find answers to health issues through genetics.

3 Reasons Cancer seems to be on the Rise, and What...

Cancer may have been a “grave, debilitating disease” in your grandparents’ time, but sadly, today,  it has reduced to a rather common, almost a...

Genetic Testing for Autism

Learn more about different types of genetic tests available for individuals diagnosed with autism.

Rare Diseases: We are In This Together

Rare diseases can have significant impact on the patient and families. For many families, multiple diagnoses, limited information and uncertainty

ThinkGenetic Streamlines Access to Patient Resources in India with New Agreement...

ThinkGenetic has announced a partnership with Mapmygenome™, a leading personal genomics company based in India specializing in clinical genomics and molecular diagnostics focused on...

ThinkGenetic, Mapmygenome join hands to improve genetic services

The US-based ThinkGenetic and Mapmygenome, a personal genomics company in Hyderabad, have joined hands to improve genetic services and diagnostics for providing better preventive...

Haemophilia Day: Let Us Paint It Red for a Cause!

Haemophilia is caused by a mutation in genes responsible for making the clotting factor proteins. In cases of known family history, families with haemophilia get their babies tested soon after birth.

Tech Trends: Liquid Biopsy For Genetic Testing In Lung Cancer

When it comes to cancers, there is nothing more important than offering the right diagnosis and treatment at the right time. Among all the cancers, lung cancer has the highest burden, accounting for the largest number of deaths, according to WHO. Any treatment that promises better results receives the maximum attention from the medical fraternity as well as regulatory bodies.