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Resource ID: #20591
Subject: Internet
Source: Wired
Date: September


Parenting a child with a genetic disorder used to be solitary work that often left parents feeling helpless. But the Internet, Solovitch writes, has changed all of that. Now, parents of children with genetic disorders can log on to a list of doctors, genetic information, treatments and more with the click of a mouse. That has changed the entire medical landscape.

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