The human genome project: evolving status and emerging opportunities for disease prevention
This chapter begins with a discussion of the history and accomplishments of the Human Genome Project. It then considers the implications of gene discovery for understanding human genetic illness and the study of complex disorders. This is followed by discussions of new technologies for genetic analysis and risk assessment and the ethical, legal, and social implications of genetic knowledge.
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