College professor's genomic data reveals health risks

04/29/2010 | Reuters

A 40-year old college professor discovered that he was at a high risk for heart attack and prostate cancer after having his genome sequenced and analyzed by a team of scientists. Despite the ethical, legal and other questions surrounding the procedure, more people could have their genomes analyzed as sequencing becomes easier and more affordable, one of the scientists said.

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