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    DNA Strand – Genomics  
    The field of genomics is already shaping the way we grow plants and treat diseases. And the latest technological advances suggest that this may only be the tip of the iceberg.
    Taymour Tamaddon, VP at T. Rowe Price Associates  
    Taymour Tamaddon
    VP at T. Rowe Price Associates
    Taymour Tamaddon is the lead portfolio manager and chairman of the Investment Advisory Committee for the Health Sciences Fund.
    Human Genome  
    New technology for sequencing human genomes has allowed us to peer deeper into our genetic makeup than ever before. The question now: What will we do with what we learn?
     
    Russ Banham  
    Russ Banham
    Banham is a veteran financial journalist and contributor to
    The Wall Street Journal, Chief Executive, CFO, and many business publications.
     
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    Business of Genomics Infographic – T.Rowe Price
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