Cancer, data and the fallacy of the $1000 genome

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Here’s Mark’s key message:  The time of the $1000 genome meme is over.  It served us well for years –  driving advances in instrumentation, chemistry and biology.  But now it is reducing clinical credibility.  It’s time for it to leave the lexicon of healthcare; it has to go.

View the original article here: Cancer, Data and the Fallacy of the $1000 Genome – Forbes

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