Psst, the Human Genome Was Never Completely Sequenced. Some Scientists Say It Should Be

It’s been 14 years since scientists announced they’d finally sequenced the entire human genome. But that wasn’t completely true, STAT reports. The truth was — and still is — there are missing sequences that, at the time, were considered too insignificant to matter. But now scientists are finding out those missing links do matter — for example, when it comes to understanding aging and certain chromosomal diseases and cancer — and they’re calling...

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