How a family photograph could help diagnose a rare genetic disorder (Telegraph)

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Doctors can now diagnose rare genetic disorders in children using family photographs. Newly developed facial-recognition software allows a computer to scour family snaps for facial features characteristic of conditions such as Down's syndrome. In future, it could be used to identify people born with such disorders, allowing them to be given early treatment.

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