Just because we know someone may carry a genetic variant, it doesn't necessarily mean we can confidently predict whether that person has an increased risk for disease, says Genomes Unzipped's Katherine Morley. With polygenic traits in particular, she adds, test results categorize people as low- or high-risk, but give no further detail.

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