As next-generation sequencing is increasingly being adopted in the clinic to help diagnose rare disorders in children, two early adopters — the Medical College of Wisconsin and Baylor College of Medicine — recently provided updates on their experiences with the approach, highlighting the advances that each institution has made as well as the remaining challenges.

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