Accumulated genetic variations: What they are and why they matter to a complete health picture

December 2, 2020 | Dr. Salvatore Viscomi

Genes are by no means a crystal ball, but they can be used to forecast susceptibility to a variety of conditions, from cancers and heart disease to chronic inflammatory conditions. As such, they can help healthcare professionals and patients make better care decisions.


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