Debating the Merits of Personal Genomics | GenomeWeb

Actress Glenn Close made news last week when she had her DNA fully sequenced. Since then, the blogosphere has been buzzing with opinions on whether Close was smart or stupid to get her genetic map laid out in such detail.

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