All children will be able to receive whole genome sequencing at birth, under ambitions laid out by the Health Secretary.
Matt Hancock said that in future, the tests would be routinely offered, alongside standard checks on newborns, in order to map out the risk of genetic diseases, and offer “predictive, personalised” care.
Allow that to spread for a few years and we’ll get a very good handle on the misallocation of fatherhood over the population. Something that appears to be distinctly higher than most believe.
Won’t that be fun?