When personal gene tests first started rolling out to the general public, the cost was in the thousands. Early adopters helped bring the price down to the hundreds, then a cool C-note. The promise of learning your personal genetic history was fascinating. Even more tantalizing was using the genetic information as a diagnostic tool to help you plan for—and even prevent—a disease, a kind of road map for hazards ahead.
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