A Quest For Clarity

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Projects supported by the US National Institutes of Health will have produced 68,000 total human genomes — around 18,000 of those whole human genomes — through the end of this year, National Human Genome Research Institute estimates indicate. And in his book, The Creative Destruction of Medicine, the Scripps Research Institute's Eric Topol projects that 1 million human genomes will have been sequenced by 2013 and 5 million by 2014.

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