Sequencing patients’ genomes might not break the health care bank, study finds

(By Sharon Begley for STAT)

The first rigorous study of its kind finds that sequencing people’s genomes might not lead to extensive and expensive follow-up care, researchers reported on Thursday. Continue reading article here…

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