David Ewing Duncan, bestselling author and director of the Center for Life Science Policy at the University of California-Berkeley, discusses the intrigue of personalized medicine and the paradigm of healthy medicine now on the cusp of change. Encompassing issues of genes, the environment, the brain and how we tie it all together in the body begs the question, should we be looking inside ourselves to find out what may happen in the future?  Prevention and custom care as it relates to our genetic make-up are questions pondered in this lecture presented in November 2009 at the Center's 2-day conference on Genetics, Jewish Diseases and Personalized Medicine. 

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