Knowing genome may not do much to improve disease predictions
from The Boston Globe
Since scientists first mapped the human genome, excitement has built about a new era of personalized medicine. But even as technologies that decode genomes have gotten faster and cheaper, questions have remained about how useful that information will be to a doctor and a patient trying to understand risk for a complicated disease caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, such as diabetes or cancer.
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