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DNA study has details from 100,000 Kaiser patients
Sacramento Bee

By itself, a glob of spit at the bottom of a cup doesn’t sound remarkable.

But when you have globs from 100,000 people, combined with medical records and DNA-processing robots, you have a resource that geneticists see as an unprecedented opportunity to study human health. At least, that’s what scientists at Kaiser Permanente and the University of California, San Francisco, are anticipating.