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The select few who have had their genomes sequenced learn to use that information for health care.
Sequencing the genomes of both healthy and cancer cells from the same patient hints at how cancer metastasizes.
Two studies show that complete-genome sequencing can identify disease-causing genes.
Genomics pioneer Leroy Hood says a coming revolution in medicine will bring enormous new opportunities.
DNA changes could help doctors see if stray cancer cells remain after treatment.