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Genetics 2.0

Science Progress discusses a recent article in the American Journal of Bioethics from Stanford's Sandra Soo-Jin Lee and LaVera Crawley that explores the combination of direct-to-consumer genomics and social networking, particularly focusing on how it affects consumer health and privacy.

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