In April 2003, the International Human Genome Project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget. For the first time, anyone could freely read the fundamental instructions needed to make a human body. But the clinical benefits have come more slowly. Now, ten years later, that’s changing.
Read the full paper: Implementing genomic medicine in the clinic: the future is here
- “The Genomics Landscape a Decade After the Human Genome Project,” National Human Genome Research Institute