The second webisode of the documentary on George Church's Personal Genome Project, Genome: The Future Is Now, is up. This one focuses on Rosalynn Gill-Garrison, a founder and CSO of Sciona, a company that offers lifestyle recommendations based on a person's genetic sequence. Gill-Garrison says she is participating in the project so that she practices what she preaches.

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