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<p> Parents have widespread interest in genome sequencing for newborns, regardless of their demographic background, according to a recent study led by researchers at Brigham and Women&rsquo;s Hospital and Boston Children&rsquo;s Hospital. Researchers queried 514 parents within 48 hours of a child&rsquo;s birth.<sup>1</sup></p>

Parents eager for newborn genomic testing; ethical questions currently unanswered

Too little is known to encourage widespread use