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Much of the discussion surrounding precision medicine has been focused on tailoring treatments for manifest disease. However, perhaps one of the best examples of precision medicine to date is genetic screening for mutations in BRCA1/2 and guiding prophylactic measures for women at increased risk for breast cancer. What are some other opportunities for precision medicine in helping us to prevent disease? What are the potential risks and undesired effects of using precision medicine to guide preventative care? How do we set up the cohort of 1 million individuals to help address the role of precision medicine in disease prevention?