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When Boring Is Good

Getting your genome sequenced or getting genotyped is increasingly within reach for many people, including healthy people, and NBC News' Nancy Snyderman and some of her family members took a dive into their genetics. Snyderman underwent both 23andMe testing and Illumina sequencing.

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