Genetic testing is now available to consumers to satisfy a variety of desires—tracing heritage, gauging risk of inherited diseases in children, and screening for disease. However, risks come with what doctors say is incomplete knowledge. Experts discuss uses, risks, and future of consumer genetic testing.
- Dr. David Balding, Professor of Statistical Genetics, University of Melbourne and University College, London
- Dr. Wayne Grody, Professor of Pediatrics, UCLA School of Medicine
- Dr. Steven Monroe Lipkin, Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine and author, The Age of Genomes
- Dr. Gerald Feldman, Professor of Pediatrics, Pathology and Molecular Genetics in Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine and President, American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics