Who Knows What It Means | GenomeWeb

While there's a lot of enthusiasm for personalized medicine, making sense of what gene variants mean in terms of disease risk is still a work in progress. At the Washington Post, Carolyn Johnson writes that there's currently "a very long list of genes for which the best medical understanding of what they mean for our health is essentially a shrug."

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