How Genetic Testing Guided My Breast Cancer Journey – To Eschewing Beef
Dr. Ricki Lewis tells her personal story of breast cancer.
White Supremacy: The Dark Side of Eugenics
Our favorite geneticist Dr. Ricki Lewis takes on the notions of white supremacy, and helps get Stormfront removed from the Internet…possibly.
Genome Cloaking Preserves Privacy While Enabling Diagnosis
How can genome sequencing provide useful information without sacrificing privacy? Dr. Ricki Lewis investigates.
Why Ethnicity-Based Genetic Testing is Obsolete
Dr Ricki Lewis returns with a column about the problem of race and ethnicity-based diagnostics.
Wolf Evolution and “Settled Science”
Ricki Lewis reframes a discussion about wolf taxonomy into a discussion about the evidence for so-called “climate change.”
An American Horror Story: The AHCA and Anencephaly
Among the other problems with the American Health Care Act bill is its failure to deal with many prenatal problems. Dr. Ricki Lewis illustrates.
Finding The Famous Painting of the Blue People of Kentucky
Dr. Ricki Lewis goes in search of the artist who painted The Blue People of Kentucky and winds up with several musings on plagiarism, history and methylene blue.
My Husband’s Rare Cancer
Dr. Ricki Lewis delves into her own husband’s rare type of cancer and ponders why some medical people are dismissive of science.
Eliza Gets Her Gene Therapy
Dr. Ricki Lewis writes of a recent success story in gene therapy for Sanfillipo syndrome.
How Kevin Spacey is Altering Our Genes
Dr. Ricki Lewis discusses the absurdities of headlines about genetics in particular and science in general.
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