March 8th, 2016

Distinguished Bioinformatics Expert Dr. Doug Brutlag Joins Sure Genomics Advisory Board

Sure Genomics, Inc., a personal genetics company dedicated to making personal DNA information accessible, today announced Dr. Doug Brutlag, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry & Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Founder of The Brutlag Bioinformatics Group, has formally joined the company’s Advisory Board.

“Dr. Brutlag is a highly respected and accomplished individual whose research has greatly influenced our understanding of genomic information and the implications for medicine and biomedical research,” said Warren Little, CEO and co-founder of Sure Genomics. “We are excited to welcome Dr. Brutlag to our advisory board, and gain his insight and guidance as a pioneer for using computational means to understand biological data.”

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February 9th, 2016

For $2,500 this company will lay out your entire genetic blueprint

The mapping of the human body’s complete set of DNA — also known as whole genome sequencing — has been held up as a potential game-changer in healthcare.

The idea, backers say, is that by understanding more about your genetics, doctors can tailor treatments for ailments like cancer to each patient.

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February 9th, 2016

At-Home Full Genome-Sequencing Is Now Just A Spit Tube Away

DNA sequencing startup Sure Genomics wants to help you learn about your entire genome at the click of a button. Today, the startup opened up an at-home service to the public, enabling consumers to get their full DNA sequence with a single saliva test.

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February 9th, 2016

Sure Genomics Introduces First Full DNA Sequence to Consumers Delivered on an Interactive Easy to Comprehend Platform

Platform Makes It Easy to Get, Look and Plan Proactive Health and Wellness Through the Lens of Personal DNA Information. Initial reports include BRCA1 and BRCA2, Drug Response and Interaction, Wellness, Traits and Ancestry.

Sure Genomics, Inc. today introduced the first at-home service to deliver a person’s full DNA sequence with a single saliva test — allowing for DNA comparisons to be reanalyzed and personal DNA information to be updated and reviewed over a person’s lifetime.  This approach means comparisons can be generated as soon as new scientifically relevant information is made available relating to any of the more than 6 billion bases in the full DNA sequence.

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