Biotech s Black Boxes--and a Wish List to Fill Them | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 15 – In his address at the 2001 American Society of Human Genetics meeting here on Saturday, Huntington Willard, the group’s president, described the bridge connecting basic science with medicine as “black boxes,” and called them “the uncertainty that surrounds research” that must be overcome if genetic understanding can be applied to medicine. 

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