Genetic matchmaking? Not all that far fetched

What if finding “The One” meant finding the person whose genome is most compatible with your own? That’s the question raised by an upcoming movie called The Perfect 46. Writer/director Brett Ryan Bonowicz presented a near-final version of the film on Wednesday night at the Consumer Genetics Conference in Boston.

The story centers around a genome-analysis company, The Perfect 46, that has developed an algorithm to determine the likelihood of prospective parents having a child with genetic disease.  Sure, it sounds a bit like Gattaca, but unlike that 1997 film, The Perfect 46 does not feel like it’s happening in some distant era. In fact, I was struck by how unfuturistic it all seemed.

Read the full, original story here: A Genetic Matchmaking Movie Isn’t So Far-Fetched

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