Aspen Ideas Festival: Is personalized medicine a myth?
Broadcast: Minnesota Public Radio News Presents, 08/03/2012, 12:00 p.m.
Three doctors debate the pros and cons -- and the costs and benefits -- of high-tech and genomic medicine, at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
- Ezekiel Emanuel: MD. Oncologist. Chair of medical ethics at the University of Pennsylvania
- Eric Topol: MD. Cardiologist. Former head of the Cleveland Clinic, now director of Scripps Translational Science Institute.
- Margaret Hamburg: MD. Internal medicine and neuroscience. Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.
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- Aspen Ideas Festival 2012 website
- about Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel
- about Dr. Eric Topol
- about Dr. Margaret Hamburg