It Was a Helluva Weekend for Personal Genomics | GenomeWeb

You may have spent the past few months thinking that companies like 23andMe or Navigenics would be a flash in the pan. But thanks to articles in major newspapers as well as video interviews all over the Internet, by now even your great-aunt Sally knows what personal genomics is. Here's a look at what all the hubbub is about.

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