If you're good with a rhyming challenge, 23andMe announced a poetry contest and the winners receive free admission to the Personalized World Medicine Conference. Each entry must contain five genomics-related words or phrases from the company's list. That list includes: 5th cousin, haplogroup, pharmacogenomics, SNP, and more. The poem can be any style or length, the rules add.

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