Good News In Our DNA: Defects You Can Fix With Vitamins And Minerals, University of California, Berkeley (CAL) Study  
6/3/2008 7:41:26 AM

ScienceDaily — As the cost of sequencing a single human genome drops rapidly, with one company predicting a price of $100 per person in five years, soon the only reason not to look at your "personal genome" will be fear of what bad news lies in your genes.