2009 H1N1 influenza PPE federal guidance for healthcare workers causes concern among avoidance experts Infectious diseases prevention experts say current guidelines are not supported by science; could possess dangerous consequences for individuals and health care workersThree leading scientific institutions specializing in infectious diseases prevention released a letter to President Obama today expressing their significant nervous about current federal guidance regarding the use of personal protective tools by healthcare employees in treating suspected or confirmed cases of 2009 H1N1 influenza.The 1000 Genomes Project’s aim is to provide a thorough public reference that supports researchers aiming to study all sorts of genetic variation that may cause human disease. The project’s approach goes beyond previous efforts in capturing and integrating data on all types of variation, and by learning samples from several human populations with educated consent allowing free data discharge without restriction on make use of. Currently, these data have been used in research of the genetic basis for disease. ‘By producing data from the task freely open to the analysis community, it is already impacting study for both rare and common diseases,’ stated David Altshuler, M.D., Ph.D., Deputy Director of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, and a co-chair of the project.