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Personalized Genomics refers to the ability of an individual to make decisions based on knowledge of their genomic sequence.
Which of the following examples describes an application of personalized genomics?
Using demographic information and medical history to predict your likelihood of developing asthma.
Modifying your patient's skin cells to become stem cells that can be used to replace a damaged organ.
Determining if your baby has a highly sensitive variant of a bitter taste receptor gene before introducing brussels sprouts to their diet.
Using family history to determine if you inherited your lactose intolerance from your mother or your father.