Estonia to give genetic testing and advice to 100,000 residents
The world’s first genetic nation?
By Andy Coghlan, New Scientist, 2nd of April 2018
The Estonian government plans to provide free DNA-based lifestyle advice for 100,000 of its 1.3 million residents. It will be the first nation to provide a state-sponsored personal genetic information service – but some have warned that this might cause unnecessary worry for those who find out they have an elevated risk for certain diseases.
Read the article from the New Scientist