Enrique Dans
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Enrique Dans

Why using genetics in public healthcare makes sense

IMAGE: Human chromosomes, colored by UCSC browser default colors
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The first complete and gap-free human genome sequence has been published, more than 20 years after the first draft was published by the Human Genome Project and Celera Corporation, when approximately 8% of the total was still missing.

This is a major milestone for research and the future of healthcare: soon, we will all have be able to have our genetic map fully sequenced…

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