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The 100,000 Genome Project is helping to drive the move away from a ‘one size fits all’ approach to treatment, towards personalised, or precision, medicine

Each person’s genome is made up of a unique sequence of DNA that contains the instructions for their growth and development. Sequencing the genomes of many individuals enables researchers to gain a better understanding of these diseases to develop treatments and make new diagnoses

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