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From DIY editing to matchmaking by DNA: how human genomics is changing society

The rise of genomics has huge implications for healthcare, business – and ethics. Image: Unsplash

Clarissa Rios Rojas
Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge
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A chart showing the rise in use of home DNA testing kits.
A chart showing the rise in use of home DNA testing kits. Image: Leah Larkin/ISOGG

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