Breast Cancer Survivor Warns of Misread DNA Tests

Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Debbie McCarron, who has had breast cancer twice, talks about her advocacy of genetic testing and the proper screening of results. McCarron learned she had a gene linked to breast cancer in July 2009 when her genetic counselor reviewed a DNA test from December 2006. McCarron had been under the assumption the results from the 2006 test were negative for the gene. (Source: Bloomberg)
Transforming Traditional Workouts Through Virtual Reality
38:40 - "Bloomberg West" takes us inside Icaros, a Munich-based startup that's using virtual reality to transform traditional workouts. (Source: Bloomberg)
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