A Question Remains

The Nadeau family turned to whole-genome sequencing to try to suss out the cause the hearing loss that of five of the 10 children had, the Boston Globe recounts. Jeanne and Andy Nadeau also wanted to know whether that loss would worsen as the children got older — the kids can hear some frequencies, but not all.

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