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Think Gene's Andrew Yates says he'd use some of the genomic technology available today in his primary-care practice. He calls ancestry, ethnicity, and sex screening "the greatest strength of all genomic testing," and would ideally include it with scheduled vaccinations and complete physicals on new patients.

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