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How human geneticists in US view commercialization of the Human Genome Project

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I would like to thank the members of the American Society of Human Genetics for participating in the study and the Richard Lounsbery Foundation for funding it.

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Rabino, I. How human geneticists in US view commercialization of the Human Genome Project. Nat Genet 29, 15–16 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/ng0901-15

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