Genetic Markers in Jeopardy


Despite the silver bullet that genomics often promises to be for advancing disease prevention and treatment, sometimes discovering its limitations can be just as important as exploring its potential. A recent large-scale study conducted by a team of researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital looked at the effectiveness of using genetic markers to assess cardiovascular disease risk in a clinical setting.

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