It has been great to get this conversation rolling! Thanks, all, for your thought yesterday on privacy and these concerns about identification of information.
Since we addressed concerns yesterday, I'd like to pivot today's thoughts to be more optimistic: How can today's trainees (current medical students, residents, and fellows) anticipate utilizing genetic information in their day-to-day practice 10, 20, 30 years from now? What does this look like in a primary care setting?
And continuing our theme from yesterday, what conversations should future PCPs prepare themselves for when they address genomic-based diagnostics and therapy with their future patients?
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