"Outsmart Your Genes" Aims to Simplify Genetics for the Lay Public, But Goes Too Far | GenomeWeb

Brandon Colby's interest in genetics started in the most personal manner — he was born with a genetic skin disorder. In an effort to understand his own DNA, he went on to medical school. Colby now runs a "predictive medicine" practice, based on the principle that patients need to explore their genes with their doctors.

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