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In-Depth: Consumer genomics and the road to legitimacy

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 132 587 6 | about 3 years ago

More than a decade ago, when most people were still using not-so-smart mobile phones, the first human genome was sequenced. It cost $3 billion. In the time it took for smartphones to become the essential consumer technology, DNA sequencing rapidly evolved from a costly, uncommonly used process into a quick, reliable, relatively cheap and widely used predictive tool to give insight on disease risk and personalized treatment.

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