Should DNA donors see their genomic data?

The New York Genome Center

Erlich shares Danko’s scepticism about the potential risks of sharing genetic data with patients, and says: “I’m not aware of any case that someone — basically, just by having access to the raw data — suddenly did something, or suddenly freaked out.” In October, Erlich launched a crowdsourced database called DNA.LAND, to which people can submit their genome data for research.

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Nature December 03 2015