Where’s my genome sequence? Almost 10 years after the human genome was drafted, many genomics goals remain unrealized

The first sequenced drafts of the human genome were announced 10 years ago this June. President Bill Clinton remarked at the time that, “genome science will have a real impact on all of our lives.” Although hopes were high, neither he nor the researchers involved promised magical genomic cures or personalized genomes for everyone by 2010. So when exactly can we, as individuals, expect to see that impact? [More]

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