Nebula inks its first pharma partnership with Merck Serono to develop treatment for lung cancer

The consumer genomics space has been rife with concerns about data ownership, usage, privacy, and security. From companies getting hacked to ones profiting from consumer data without notice or compensation, consumers have become more concerned about having their genomes sequenced. This unfortunately...

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