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Africans make up a tiny portion of genomics data: why there's an urgent need for change

By Segun Fatumo, Associate Professor of Genetic epidemiology & Bioinformatics, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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A new study hopes to produce a catalogue of human genetic variation and assess the burden of noncommunicable diseases in 100,000 adults in Nigeria.The Conversation

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