A lack of Asian genomic data creates business opportunities today and tomorrow

Two out of every three people on this planet live in Asia. This doesn't even include the ethnic Asians living elsewhere or those of mixed ancestries. Interestingly, genomic efforts have hardly kept up with this demographic reality. In fact, Asian genomic data is scarce, with over 80% of genomic data...

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