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Psst, the human genome was never completely sequenced. Some scientists say it should be

04:30 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | STAT

Contrary to popular belief, the human genome was never completely sequenced. Some scientists say those gaps may play a role in diseases such as cancer.

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