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January 01, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 1)

Correlating Genomics, Race, and Medicine

Researchers Strive to Quantify Racial Role in Disease Risk & Treatment

  • Results from the Human Genome Project and the cataloging of human genetic variation are spurring discussions that may turn modern concepts of race on their ears. The latest word is that, "among modern humans, there's no such thing as race," according to Joseph L. Graves, Jr., Ph.D., dean of ...

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