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Genetics promised us personalized medicine. Twenty years after sequencing the human genome, though, the most accessible reads on our DNA aren’t from our physicians, but from large corporations that sell direct-to-consumer genetic tests. Is this booming industry worth the hype?
Jaime Jacob for Quartz
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