Misha Angrist passes on a call from Case Western University for personal genomics customers to participate in a study of the experience of getting your genome scanned. If you've paid money to 23andMe, deCODEme or Navigenics, consider getting involved - Misha assures us that the process was relatively painless.
By the way, if you happen to be that most elusive of creatures - a happy customer of Navigenics - Drew Yates has been waiting to hear from you for a long time.
The funny part is that now I'm the Helix Health practice manager. I guess if anybody wanted an opinion about applying this technology in a primary medical practice for patient medical care, I'm legitimately the authority on that now ---not just a noisy blogger. Too bad about that "crappy blog" comment on my Think Gene Navigenics post, huh? ;)