Francis Collins on Genetic Tests | GenomeWeb

In this video, Francis Collins speaks with the Washington Post's Fred Hiatt about the state of genetic testing. Collins says that the research linking genetic variants to disease is further along than he'd anticipated, but adds that most of the clinical payoffs are still to come:

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