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Steve Murphy, otherwise known as the Gene Sherpa, points out a conference next week, hosted by NIH, on family history and health. The State-of-the-Science conference runs from the 24th to the 26th in Baltimore and will include evaluations of the usefulness of family histories in disease risk assessment, accuracy, and evidence of how knowing family history affects health outcome.

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