Bloomberg Reporter Gets Second Opinion on DNA Test

Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's John Lauerman, who last year volunteered to have Harvard University scientists decipher his DNA, gets a "second opinion" from Omicia Inc.'s Martin Reese and Francisco De La Vega. Their analysis revealed some information about possible drug reactions, and a mutation in a well-known disease gene that turned out to be benign. (Source: Bloomberg)
Tankan Another Sign of 'Better' Japan, Rogers Says
16:27 - Ed Rogers, chief executive of Rogers Investment Advisors in Tokyo, talks about Japan's economy after the Tankan survey showed sentiment among large manufacturers improved for the first time in three quarters. Rogers speaks with Yvonne Man on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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