For PGP, Everything Old Is New Again | GenomeWeb

It's a fair bet that the GTO team spent more time on the rudimentary Personal Genome Project website than you did, but in case you ever ventured there, here's some welcome news: the PGP has redesigned and relaunched its website. You can check it out here, or click here instead to go directly to information about the next round of enrollment, which opens in early 2008.

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