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Figure 1: Through diagnostic odessey to diagnosis

As of July 2017 — more than 31,000 genomes have been sequenced, making the UK's 100,000 Genomes Project one of the largest national sequencing projects of its kind in the world.

Source  Illustrations: Javier Maria Trigo Gonzalez