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)

Pakistan's Nawaz Sharif Resigns as Prime Minister
40:46 - Pakistan Prime Minister Mawaz Sharif has resigned, according to a statement from his office, after the nation's Supreme Court ordered his disqualification due to an investigation into his family's finances. Bloomberg's Mark Barton reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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