Annual Review of Medicine 2004

Annual Review of Medicine 2004
Publisher: Annual Reviews | ISBN: 0824305558 | edition 2004 | File type: PDF | 560 pages | 11,7 mb

Sequencing the genomes of humans and other organisms is an enormous basic scientific achievement, but it has no immediate clinical benefit. Early, hyperbolic prophesies of the medical benefits of the human genome sequence, often coming from those seeking professional or financial gain, have been discredited, often replaced by equally erroneously pessimistic prophesies that genomics will have little
if any effect on clinical medicine for the foreseeable future (7). The truth is probably somewhere in between (8), and the remainder of this review discusses steps being taken to purposefully translate the genome(s) into tangible improvements in human health.

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