WASHINGTON • For years, public health experts have been arguing that where people live matters crucially to their health and life span, even though factors such as genetics or access to health insurance typically get more attention.
Health systems and governments have embarked on massive projects to decode people's DNA, in the hopes that the information will lead to a new era of tailored treatments and personalised prevention.
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