Going to the doctor may seem like a one-to-one interaction, but in reality it’s part of a large, complex system of information and payment. While the insured patient may only have direct interaction with one person or healthcare provider, that check-up is actually part of a three-party system. The first party is the patient….
The Human Genome Project was a collaborative venture to map the entirety of human DNA. It finished in 2003, and in the 17 years since, we’ve luckily avoided falling into a society that uses genetic information to discriminate against its citizens. But the potential is there. To help prevent genetic discrimination, Congress passed the…
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