NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – While advances in genomic medicine have led many in the healthcare field to tout the promise of personalized medicine for years, it has eluded many consumers thus far. 

With genetic testing, especially, patients have little idea of how such tests work, what purpose those tests may serve, or whether they should get tested for certain conditions. 

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