NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – When the biomedical research community was still abuzz over the completion of the Human Genome Project, three scholars at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology published a sobering article. Although biobanks could be great enablers of genome-based personalized medicine, they said, such repositories are fraught with problems.

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