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Genome study suggests a fifth of adults carry disease mutations

14:07 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | BioNews

Approximately 22 percent of healthy adults carry mutations that are associated with disease, found the first ever randomised clinical trial using whole-genome sequencing...

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