Caution urged as DNA tests and genetic mapping advance

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Genome mapping advances are on the agenda of the health informatics conference being held in Adelaide, with discussion focused on how technology can improve healthcare.

Genetic mapping and testing have long been hailed as the future of preventative medicine, but the Royal College of Pathologists is warning Australians should be cautious about embracing it too quickly.

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