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Knowledge about genetics has increased exponentially in the past decade because of the ease that now exists for sequencing the human genome. Because so much more information about the genetic basis of patients and their diseases is available, genetics and genomics are now a vital component of health care delivery. Clinicians need to have some understanding of genetics to provide care. JAMA has launched a series of articles called "JAMA Insights: Genomics and Precision Health" to help educate clinicians about this relatively new discipline.
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