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Ireland should change its approach to genomic medicine, two Trinity College professors argue in the Irish Times.

David McConnell, a fellow emeritus in genetics, and Orla Hardiman, a professor of neurology, write that Ireland's commercial approach to implementing genomic medicine may not lead to research that benefits patients.

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