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In the 18 years since the Human Genome Project was declared complete, untold billions have been poured into projects promising to map and interpret our genetic code. Hopes and fears for the expected revolution have diffused through hospital waiting rooms, science fictions and pop-up adverts for off-the-shelf DNA testing kits. The promises come thick and fast. Surely we will soon see a revolution in healthcare, our futures laid out before us: diseases, abilities, lifespans, drug susceptibilities. Soon everyone will understand themselves … To continue reading this premium article, subscribe for unlimited access...