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Public Variant Databases: Data Share with Care

By Adrian Thorogood, BCL, LLB If every individual has millions of unique variants in their DNA, how can clinicians be expected to tease out a handful of disease causing mutations from a haystack of inconsequential variants? To aid their cause, public … Continue reading

Source: Bill of Health, examining the intersection of law and health care, biotech & bioethics.

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