The Translational Genomics Research Institute (T-Gen), locatedin Phoenix, Arizona, has developed a procedure using genetictesting to identify the underlying biological defects associatedwith specific diseases. In some cases they are able to force rarecancers into remission and reverse the course of disease. Thistreatment is available to anyone but is not covered by mostinsurance policies. Who in our society benefits from this medicaladvancement? Should the general public be made aware of thisoption? What implications regarding personal, cultural, or societalvalues does this medical advancement introduce?