For now, genetic tests raise more questions than answers

An increasing number of private companies are offering to read people’s DNA in the same way that a computer reads code, providing insights into how their own genome will affect their health.

Even before genetic information went mass market, doctors have raised concerns about patients Googling symptoms and diagnosing themselves with diseases often far worse than anything that they really have.

Does the new era of personalised genomics mean this is set to get worse?

Read the full, original story: Singularity: Reading our genes like computer code

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