Can genomics help developing countries face their growing burden of disease?

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Genomics has the potential to help developing countries tackle the double burden of infectious and non-infectious diseases. But for low-income countries, the most obvious barrier to adoption is financial: establishing genomics as a part of the health service is expensive, and requires sustainable funding as well as political will. In addition, low-income countries may not have the necessary health care infrastructure and skilled human resources.

View the original article here: Delivering the promise of public health genomics

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