Monthly Archives: April, 2013

The Family Jewels are not the Family Genes…

You have most likely heard on the news that the Supreme Court is now hearing oral arguments on gene patenting.  Basically, the mega company, Myriad, is trying to patent the hereditary BRCA gene testing.  The identifying the location of this gene was discovered by Dr. Mary-Claire King, a researcher at University of California at Berkeley.  …

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Somebody better do something…

Have you ever noticed how some families have sayings or slogans that become popular?  Well, the “Somebody Better Do Something” is probably the most memorable one for me in my family.  It was created by my mother and used primary as advice for her precious grandchildren.  If one of the kids started misbehaving or needed …

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