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Comments by Craig L. Hanis, department of biological sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, and Graeme I. Bell, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, department of biochemistry and molecular biology, University of Chicago

GENETIC PREDICTION: University of Chicago's Graeme Bell, left, predicts that researchers will find a gene responsible for Type...

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