Personal Genomics


Consumer genetic testing has blossomed in the past year, with companies offering customers information on everything from their racial ancestry to their relative risk of conditions such as obesity and cancer. But how will people react to knowing their genomic information, whether medical or genealogical? And do biologists even have enough information to accurately interpret genetic data? Emily Singer, Technology Review Linda Avey, 23andMe George Church, Harvard Medical School David Hunter, Harvard School of Public Health Michele Cargill, Navigenics

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