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Genome sequencing: Public vs. Private

“Cracking the Code of Life,” a 2002 PBS special about the race for a complete sequencing of human genome information and the astounding implications for our health and society, is peppered with indications of outdatedness. From the prehistoric computers to the fact that the genome was finally mapped in full the year after “Code” aired, you […] Continue reading

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