Children and DNA

| October 30, 2012
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Nearly every cell in the human body contains a complete set of DNA, the operating instructions that influence everything from a person’s hair color to susceptibility to disease. Time magazine presents a comprehensive 5-part series examining what the brave new world of genome sequencing might mean.

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