• What you’ll hear in this episode

      • The breakthrough at the end of the 19th Century that became one of the most important pictures ever taken
      • The quarter-million dollar machine
      • How healthcare has become more democratized than ever
      • Wearable technologies as the future of insights
      • The human genome gold rush
      • What if we treated humans more like cars?
      • What does a pea plant have to do with precision medicine?
      • The personalized genomic test that takes crowdsourced data and turns it into a personal health and ancestry profile
      • An extraordinary breakthrough in childhood neuroblastoma treatment
      • Learn the biggest hurdle to implementing precision medicine everywhere
      • What the younger generations are willing to do to live longer, fuller lives
      • Could you live to 150?
  • Guest list


      Anne Wojcicki

      Is an entrepreneur and co-founder and CEO of 23andMe.


      Dr. Jeffrey Trent

      Is the president and research director of the Translational Genomics Research Institute, or TGEN, in Phoenix, Arizona, an affiliate of the City of Hope.  


      Dr. Giselle Sholler

      Is the director of the Haworth Innovative Therapeutics Clinic at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. She’s also the director of the pediatric oncology research program there, and the chair of the Beat Childhood Cancer Consortium.  


      Dr. Daniel Kraft

      Is a physician-scientist. He chairs the Medicine and Neuroscience Track for Singularity University and he’s also the founder and chair of Exponential Medicine, a program where we look at the future of healthcare through the lens of accelerating technologies.


      Reenita Das

      Is a partner and senior vice-president at Frost and Sullivan. She’s been in the healthcare business for the past 25 years, and helps companies globally explore growth opportunities and how to grow their business in this dynamic world.

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