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A few weeks ago, Technology Review's David Ewing Duncan received his raw genome data by e-mail. In his inbox were "endless lines of nucleotides," which may hold clues as to his risk for everything from heart disease and Alzheimer's to depression, he says at the Experimental Man blog.

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