Genomics through a lifetime

A person’s genetic information generally doesn’t change over time, so the record that DNA sequencing provides can be accessed by a person at any stage of life

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A person’s genetic information generally doesn’t change over time, so the record that DNA sequencing provides can be accessed by a person at any stage of life, or shared with family members or children.

It is expected that, in the future, people’s DNA information will be available for use whenever it is needed to guide health and life decisions.

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Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics, July 2019. 
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