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April 27th, 2005
In as little as 10 years, Leroy Hood, a leading expert on the human genome, predicts that everyone in the United States could have his or her DNA mapped.
"We will over the next five to eight years have a measurement device, a nanotechnology device, that can make thousands of measurements very rapidly and very inexpensively," he said, referring to blood protein analysis.
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