Will Personalized Medicine Kill Health Insurance? | GenomeWeb

An article at VentureBeat considers the future of privatized health insurance through the eyes of a world where personal genomics has become the norm. With more information about their health, and potential illness, consumers will have the upper hand over health insurance companies, deciding which policies to buy instead of guessing, the author writes.

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