Protecting Genomic Privacy When Nature Meets Nurture | GenomeWeb

LONDON - Considerable research has been devoted to understanding how our genes affect our body in health and in disease. Of even more use, however, is an understanding of the way in which individuals are affected by the interaction between their genetic makeup and their environment.

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