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Dartmouth's Gilbert Welch and UW's Wylie Burke teamed up to write an opinion piece in today's Newsday about the merits of consumer genomics. Though it sounds promising, they say the tests don't provide definitive information, especially about treatment. "We need more research, not pricey genomic scans. Until then, save your money, and spare your health," they write.

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