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Why Knowing Your Genetic Data Can Be a Tricky Proposition

June 28, 2016

(The Wall Street Journal) – Personal genome sequencing may be the next great technology frontier in public health—but how do patients feel about knowing, sharing and acting on their genetic information?  That’s a question researchers are exploring as more health-care providers, companies and research groups begin providing results of personal genome sequencing to patients and their doctors.

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