This Week in PLoS

Stanford's Keyan Salari writes in PLoS Medicine that clinician training needs to change so that physicians are prepared to practice in personalized medicine and handle results from consumer genetic tests. "Fundamental training in genetics and genomics, along with the attendant medical, legal, ethical, and psychosocial issues, should fall within the purview of medical school education.

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