What You Don't Know ... Might Hurt You | GenomeWeb

At Eye on DNA, Hsien-Hsien Lei features an article in Minneapolis-St. Paul's Star Tribune, which examines Minnesota's strict newborn genetic testing policy. The test covers a whopping 53 disorders and is one of just a few in the US that includes all the conditions recommended by the American College of Medical Genetics.

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