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This new tool offers clinicians the dos and don’ts of genetic testing, what physicians need to know to do it properly  Clinical use of gene sequencing information has advanced to the point where a team of genetic experts has compiled and issued the Genetic Testing Handbook. The goal of the clinical genome and exome sequencing […]