Tell Me a Story: Genetic Counseling Students Prepare to Personalize Medicine

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Meron Azage and Katie Armstrong came to Cincinnati to be part of one of the few genetic counseling graduate programs in the country. The two-year master's program is a partnership between Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati and accepts 12 students a year. Azage and Armstrong, part of the class of 2012, describe themselves as "medical translators" who have a background in psychology and science and will be able to help families understand genetic disorders. That kind of personalized touch, they say, is the future of medicine.

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