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20 Years On

It's been 20 years since the Human Genome Project was declared done, and the Economist writes that that announcement was only the beginning. In the years since, because of that work, it says biology and medicine have been changed.

"Genomics is now so embedded in biology that it is hard to recall what things were like before it," the Economist says.

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