Patients can now choose not to know their own DNA secrets
from Scientific American
In 2030, Joe Johnson goes to the doctor with vision problems. The doctor does what doctors in 2030 do for almost any ailment: she runs a full scan of the patient's genome. The test gives the doctor crucial information she needs to understand Joe's troubles — and then some. When Joe gets his lab report back his doctor discovers Joe has about an 80 percent chance of developing colorectal cancer.
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