Beyond the 'AOL' Stage | GenomeWeb

Genomics is currently at the stage the Internet was at in 1994, writes Mark Kaganovich, the CEO and cofounder of SolveBio, at Tech Crunch.

Genomics, he says, hold promise for understanding and treating cancer, personalized medicine, and more, but is stuck in the days of AOL CDs being sent through the mail.

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