New Guide Aims to Ease Physicians into Using Genomics in the Clinic | GenomeWeb

Physicians are busy people. Anyone who's been stuck in a doctor's waiting room while he or she sees to other patients knows just how busy some doctors can get. So maybe it's not such a surprise that many medical professionals are somewhat resistant to the idea of taking time out of their schedules to learn about genetics, genomics, and how they can incorporate fairly recent scientific discoveries into their practices.

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