Healthcare in the Year 2030
Nick van Terheyden, MD
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“ epigenetic influencer” This could become very interesting, since, you may identify the genetic problem in your young patient, and decide to treat the DNA to prevent the future spread of unwanted genetics to offspring. Nick, this is going to be very complicated. I do believe that much of this information will be recorded on something analogous to a personal blockchain. until of course, quantum computers cause current crypto methods to be completely useless.

Another thought, what if there were a technology to predict your REM sleep problems before you went to sleep.

Thank you for the thought provoking post.