Andrew Pollack Versus Personal Genomics? Not Quite | GenomeWeb

The story that Linda Avey told us was coming from New York Times reporter Andrew Pollack hit the presses on Friday. In it, Pollack examines why consumers have been "slow to embrace the age of genomics," by purchasing genetic testing services from companies like 23andMe, Navigenics, and DeCode Genetics.

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