Illumina's New Low-Cost Genome Machine Will Change Health Care Forever
Dr. Bradley Patay, who is tanned and handsome, with a constant smile that pushes the limits of cheek physics, has an office at the Scripps Clinic, next to the Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean. An internal medicine specialist, he also happens to be very well versed in genetics. If, like me, you’ve had your entire genome sequenced, Dr. Patay can tell you what the results mean. He’ll pull your data up on a computer and show you how to explore your own genetic makeup. Having this genome decoding skill makes him a rarity for the moment. “I want to be prepared when people come in with their data and explain it to them in a competent manner,” he says. Soon, your doctor may work this way, too.
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