See what others have to say about Genetic Alliance in this list of news articles, videos, talks, and more from external sources around the world.
May 14, 2014- Exclusive Interview with Sharon Terry on her personal entrepreneurship, Cultural Entrepreneurship Institute Berlin
July 1, 2014- In Genetic Haystacks, We're All Needles
November 15, 2013- Free the Data's first move: Opening data for breast cancer research
November 11, 2013- Advocacy groups crowdsourcing patient views on risk-benefit of drugs
Levenson, Deborah. Genetic alliance marks 25 years. (2011). American Journal of Medical Genetics, 155A(12), ix-x.
Terry, S. F., Horn, E. J., Scott, J., & Terry, P. J. (2011). Genetic Alliance registry and BioBank: A novel disease advocacy-driven research solution. Personalized Medicine, 8(2), 207-213.
Reed, K., Weaver, M., Chappelle, A., Furlong, P., Clapp, K., Miller, R., . . . Terry, S. F. (2009). Who said it? When did they say it? How did they know? Deciding when to trust or trash genetics health information. (poster). 59th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics., (October).
Sidler, M., & Jones, N. (2009). Genetics interfaces: Representing science and enacting public discourse in online spaces. Technical Communication Quarterly, 18(1), 28-48. doi:10.1080/10572250802437317.
Zimmermann, J. (2007). Report on the genetic alliance summit. Genetic Testing, 11(4), 477-479.
No genotype left untreated (2004). Nature Publishing Group. doi:10.1038/ng0504-429.
Larkin, M. (2001). Genetic variation creatively celebrated. Lancet, 358(9278), 341.
Weiss, J., Davidson, M. E., & Asch, A. (2000). Objectives and activities of the genetic alliance. American Journal of Public Health, 90(9), 1477-1478.