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This Week in Science

In Science, Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Aravinda Chakravarti previews next week’s International Congress of Human Genetics 2011 to be held in Montreal, saying that “advances in biomedical research have raised high expectations for translating research into medical applications, including individualizing treatment and prevention,” and adding that, for genomic medicine, “there is no time with a more acute need for science than now."

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