NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - In order to live up to its potential, whole-genome research in the future should be built upon some ethical foundation that will give people the confidence and trust they will need in order to become volunteers, according to a large group of genomics scholars, researchers, ethicists, and policy designers and watchers.

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