NSGC Director of Policy and Government Relations, John Richardson, shares an update on the work NSGC and fellow members are doing to support H.R. 7083.
In her last letter as NSGC President, Erica Ramos shares her thank you message to our organization and calls for applicants for the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force.
This month, NSGC Manager of Policy and Government Relations, Molly Giammarco shares the Workplace Efficiency Toolkit created by the Access and Services Delivery Efficiency subcommittee.
According to multiple reports published on November 26, 2018, He Jiankui of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen, China claims to have genetically edited the DNA of embryos during an IVF-style procedure, resulting in the birth earlier this month of genetically-modified twins
Genetic Link to Cerebral Palsy May be More Common Than Thought, Suggests Large Study Presented at NSGC MeetingAs Genetic Testing Expands, Studies Demonstrate the Importance of Genetic Counseling
ATLANTA – Nov. 14, 2018 – Up to 1 in 3 people with cerebral palsy (CP) may have the condition due to an