#AceNewsReport – Nov.03: Genetics startup Genos wants to pay you for your DNA data
The first whole human genome sequencing cost a whopping $2.7 billion. That didn’t bode well for making any breakthroughs on genetic disorders.
Luckily, the cost has dropped dramatically since then, leading to a new breed of consumer genetics startups taking a deeper dive into all the double helix’s that make up you Genos is one of those startups using a next-generation….
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