…or doom and gloom?

 作者:茅塾灰     |      日期:2019-03-07 08:02:04
By Joanna Marchant and Michael Day THERE can be no doubt that sequencing the human genome will transform medicine, but will everyone benefit? The downside of the health care revolution could be a widening gap between rich and poor—and perhaps even the creation of a genetic underclass. “We shouldn’t forget about social inequalities, about redressing the balance between rich and poor,” says Hastie. Few people in the developing world can hope to gain from advances such as screening for susceptibility to diseases. And even in rich countries,