At the Health Affairs blog, Duke University researcher Robert Cook-Deegan and Genetic Alliance CEO Sharon Terry say that in a time when sequencing is becoming cheaper and faster, and genomic information is becoming ubiquitous, it's important to remember that an individual's genome belongs only to that individual.

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