Incorporating family histories and genetic health information into primary care has been a long term vision for many experts in the medical genetics field. When will this vision become a reality, and what will it take to enable widespread adoption of these tools in general practioners' offices nationwide? Host Dr. Robert Green welcomes Dr. Howard Levy, primary care physician, geneticist, and assistant professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Levy's research interests center on the integration of genetics into primary care, education of non-geneticist providers about genetics, and the natural history and management of Ehlers Danlos syndrome and related disorders of connective tissue.
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