#10: If you build it will they come? The urgent need for implementation science in genomic medicine
#9: The need for a next-generation public health response to rare diseases
#8: Can we use genetic screening of healthy populations to save lives and prevent disease? Join the conversation
#7: Direct to consumer genetic testing: Think before you spit, 2017 edition!
#6: Genomic testing: Genetic tests have been developed for thousands of diseases
#5: Behavior, environment, and genetic factors all have a role in causing people to be overweight and obese
#4: Genetic counseling: Specially-trained professionals help people learn about genetic conditions
#3: Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. What women need to know
#2: Family Health History: Knowing and acting on your family health history is an important way to protect your health
#1: The Public Health Genomics Knowledge Base: A continuously updated, searchable database of genomics and health impact information
The CDC Office of Public Health Genomics provides timely and credible information for the effective and responsible translation of genomics research into population health benefits.
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