As genetic and medical technology continue to improve, it is making it easier and easier to collect genetic information on ourselves. But, is it a good idea to create a 'life plan' based solely on the genetic risks identified by such technology?
Conflicting screening recommendations are sure to confuse women — which raises the importance of factoring in genetic factors in risk profiling.
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An international team has discovered that "random" mutations in the genome are not quite so random after all. Their study shows that the DNA sequence in some regions of the human genome is quite volatile and can mutate ten times more frequently than the rest of the genome. Genes that are linked to autism and a variety of other disorders have a particularly strong tendency to mutate.