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Why it took 20 years to 'finish' the human genome — and why there's still more to do

By Melissa Southey, Chair Precision Medicine, Monash University
Tu Nguyen-Dumont, Senior research fellow, Monash University
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Two decades after the 'full' human genetic code was released to global fanfare, researchers have finally filled in the blanks that made up 8% of the sequence, thanks to recent advances in genome sequencing.

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