The Genetics 'Revolution' and Personalized Healthcare: Why We Shouldn't Hold Our Breath

Tim Caulfield, Canada Research Chair in Health, Law and Policy, and professor at the University of Alberta, explained the benefits and shortcomings of the ability for individuals to have their personal genomes mapped, and the alternatives that should be considered for improving an individual's health. 

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