Clinical OMICS

NOV-DEC 2017

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Page 2 of 47 November/December 2017 Clinical OMICs 1 Cover: E. Grafton / Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine; Above (top right): Two Pore Guys; (top left) Sriram Subramaniam / National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health; (middle left) vchal / Getty Images; (bottom left) Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego; (bottom right) robuart / Getty Images @ClinicalOMICs VOL. 4, Issue No. 6 November/December 2017 3 | NEWS Repair Rather than Replace Feng Zhang-Led Team Develops New CRISPR Version that Targets and Edits RNA 10 | FROM THE EDITOR Emptying the Drawer of the Editorial Mind 11 | OP-ED: Recent FDA Approvals Demonstrate Promise of Precision Medicine 12 | IN THE CLINIC 16 | DIAGNOSTICS Ring in the New: Rady Children's Hospital Introduces NovaSeq for Newborn Diagnoses 30 | DATA & INFORMATICS From Form to Function: The GTEx Project Sheds New Light on the Links Between Gene Expression and Regulation 34 | IN THE LAB Price Pressure: PAMA 2018 Medicare Rates for Tests Draw Fire from Laboratories 39 | NEW PRODUCTS 40 | PRECISION MEDICINE Playing Catch Up: The All of Us Precision Medicine Study Looks to a New Beta Phase to Prepare for a Spring 2018 Launch 44 | INDUSTRY EVENTS Point-of-Care Testing Revs Up A host of new technologies and tests are allowing faster diagnosis and improved patient care across a range of conditions. March of the Microbes As researchers begin to better understand the complexities of the human microbiome, they are uncovering new paths for targeted treatments. 20 26

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