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How mapping our DNA helps researchers understand mental illness

Mapping genetics is an incredibly complex process, but researchers see it as one of the ways in which we can finally start to understand and treat mental illness. At the Krembil Centre for Neuroinfomatics in Toronto, big data is playing a big part in advancing genomics.

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