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First clinical assessment incorporating a personal genomeMay 4, 2010 10:10 EDT
In its May 1, 2010 issue, the Lancet published the first fully clinically annotated whole-genome sequence, from a 40-year-old healthy Stanford professor who had sequenced himself last August. This is the most clinically processed whole-genome sequence to date, leading to interesting and important implications. However, making sense out of the whole-genome sequence is much more difficult than doing the actual sequencing itself.
Tomorrow's world: First analysis of genome provides glimpse into the future of personalized medicine. Heartwire, Apr 30, 2010