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personal genomics

  October, 18 2002 4:14
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Special report: Personal genomics

Experts believe that in less than a decade, people will be able to have their own genomes sequenced for under $1000. This is going to involve sequencing technology that is a lot cheaper and faster than today's machines. If we do reach that point - what use will knowing your genome sequence actually be?

Claire Bowles
New Scientist

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