Why invest in genome revolution?
To solve world hunger
It may be one of the most important revolutions in the history of mankind. It will make it possible to edit the genome, creating possible cures for chronic diseases. But it could also change agriculture completely, which could solve the world’s hunger problems.
The detection of genetic diseases
The human genome was first sequenced in 2003. It took 10 years and cost $30 billion USD. Now it can be sequenced for as little as $200 USD and in just a few hours. If things continue at this pace, shortly it could be done at an affordable price in a few minutes. It can be used for everything from personalised diets tailored to your DNA, improvements in physical performance and the detection of genetic diseases before they even begin to manifest themselves.
To enable more effective treatments
New life-saving therapies enable better treatments for cancer and other diseases, as well as early detection. It can multiply by a factor of 3 the life expectancy of people with cancer.
News about genome revolution
At New Gen it is possible to invest in cancer research, which can help multiply by a factor of 3 the life expectancy of people suffering from this and other chronic degenerative diseases.
Today, thanks to technological progress, greater globalization of the economy and new interests in the field of medicine, a genome sequence can be obtained for almost ten million times less money.
Technological advances have taken research into the human genome to a new level where it is claimed that the cat genome is more similar to that of humans and can make a difference by becoming the key to preventing and curing diseases.
Nowadays, people can order genetic tests and find out about their vulnerability to certain diseases by sending samples by mail, and more and more companies are making great strides in the field of human genomics.
Knowledge of the human genome makes it possible to understand diseases that have a genetic basis, such as cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease and cardiovascular diseases.