As adults, “Whole Genome Sequencing” is something we can do to find out more about our genes and predispositions we carry for diseases in them. When babies are born across America, they are required to do a “heel stick test”, testing their blood for diseases that if found early on, can be reversed. Whole Genome Sequencing in newborns is likely something that will become common place in hospitals, testing babies for not just treatable diseases they may have, but for predispositions to diseases that there may not be a known cure for. Do you think it is ethical to screen newborns for all genes, even those like breast cancer that do not have a definitive cure? If you were to have children, knowing that your baby is predisposed to an incurable disease, would your opinion of them change?