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The Poet-Scientists

The five winners of the 23andMe poetry contest have been announced at The Spittoon, the company's blog. Each winner receives free admission to the Personalized Medicine World Conference later this month. Head on over there to read the winning personal-genomics themed poems. One poem begins:

My love, you're just my phenotype
I don't care dear about your genotype

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