When President Obama arrives in India, he’ll find a country growing four times faster than the US and relishing its new role as an international competitor. We look at the challenges and possible benefits of his visit to Mumbai and Delhi. Also, the US economy adds jobs in October. On Reporter's Notebook, ten years ago, two human genomes had been sequenced at the cost of $2 billion. By the end of next year, it’ll be 30,000 and the cost is dropping toward $1000 each. We hear learn more about the revolution called "personalized medicine."
Banner image: A billboard welcoming US President Barack Obama is seen in Mumbai on November 4, 2010. Photo: Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty Images