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Viewpoint: Genetics research was supposed to change human health. Is it time to reconsider investments in the field?

Scientific American | 
Since its birth 30 years ago, proponents of the Human Genome Project have promised that genetics research would yield untold ...
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Viewpoint: We need to stop worrying about whether people can cope with bad news from genetic tests

STAT | 
When the Human Genome Project began in 1990, bioethicists feared that giving people the results of genetic tests would do ...
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‘Genome profiling’—not gene editing—could offer easiest path to smarter babies

STAT | 
For the foreseeable future, editing embryos to enhance IQ is a sci-fi fantasy. A different approach aimed at enhancing IQ ...