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Sure Genomics has launched its $2,500 direct-to-consumer genome sequencing service, the company has announced. The service, for which customers will have to obtain a prescription, includes full DNA sequencing at a CLIA-certified lab, HIPAA-compliant data storage, re-analysis of the DNA sequence data every six months, and ongoing reports, according to the company.

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