For those with the rarest diseases, genomes can yield answers

For many of us, having our genomes in hand today isn’t likely to make any profound difference in our lives, at least not when it comes to our health. But for children and their families affected by rare and mysterious genetic diseases, early indications are that it’s a completely different story, thanks to the efforts of two teams of geneticists at Duke Medicine.

View the original article here: For Those with the Rarest Diseases, Genomes Can Yield Answers.

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