InGeNA Chair David Bunker says in a few years genomics will be part of the normal healthcare system and a topic of broad social conversation. But he says while genomics has much to offer, it is advancing at such a pace, translation is struggling to keep up.
In a profile interview with MedNews (1 Sept) he said: “Access to knowledge and how it translates into healthcare is the biggest issue for the health system. Politicians say genomics is the future of healthcare, and it is, but how do we get there?”
In the article, David talks about InGeNA’s founding in late 2020 and the need for an industry group in the genomics ecosystem.
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