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With DNA science becoming more advanced and accessible, parents may have to decide how much genetic info they really want. By Whitney C. Harris Would you sequence your baby's genome? It sounds like a question from some futuristic sci-fi thriller, but it's slowly becoming a reality for present day parents according to this[recent NPR feature by Rob Stein](http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/12/03/165272373/genome-sequencing-for-babies-brings-knowledge-and-conflicts). [Whole genome sequencing](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whole_genome_sequencing)?the process of uncovering the entire DNA makeup of a living creature as early as in utero?just might become the next major decision that expectant parents need to make on the journey through pregnancy, as the procedure is becoming more common and less costly. To read the full article, please visit [newyorkfamily.com](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/todays-hot-topic-would-you-sequence-your-babys-genome/).





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