The Human Genome Project was a 13-year effort completed in 2003 to map the entire human genome. It was a monumental undertaking that is still just now yielding benefits in its application. What would be different if the project had not been undertaken or funding terminated early in the process?
Eric Rush joins as a guest on this topic he suggested.
Link to Eric on previous Episode 93: Vaccine Variation
Wikipedia Article on Human Genome Project:
"Megaprojects" YouTube Video on Human Genome Project:
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