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Stanford TA weighs in on what students learned by being genotyped

As previously discussed here, the medical school offered a course this summer during which students had the opportunity to be genotyped. The class was featured in a San Francisco Chronicle article yesterday, and today student/teaching assistant Konrad Karczewski provides more details on what students learned during the course. The blog entry is worth a read for those interested in personalized medicine and genetic testing.

Previously: Stanford students discuss studying their own genotypes and Genotype testing for medical, graduate students

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