DNA is present in the cells of all living things and guides their development and function.
Coiled within the nucleus of every cell is your DNA with approximately 20,000 genes.
Today, faster and less-costly DNA sequencing is used as a powerful tool for diagnosing diseases – and these tools continue to improve.
Genomic medicine is the newest weapon in the cancer-treatment toolkit. In fact, cancer patients are among the early clinical beneficiaries of genomics.