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Jay Flatley, the CEO of Illumina, told the UK's Times that by 2019, the genome sequencing of newborns will be routine and that in three to four years a genome sequence should be available for less than $1,000. "The limitations are sociological; when and where people think it can be applied, the concerns people have about misinformation and the background ethics questions," Flatley says.

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