As Whole-Genome Sequencing Advances, Optimists Find Empowering Knowledge; Others See Dizzying Data

For early adopters, there are many reasons to be excited about the potential of whole-genome sequencing to broadly personalize healthcare. But for some public health observers, the analytical and educational challenges present an overwhelming hurdle.

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