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Scientist have mapped the human genome. They learn more every day about how genes affect an individual's health.
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Scientist have mapped the human genome, so they learn more every day about how genes affect and individual's health.

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  1. I guess "so" works OK here, but I'd be inclined to use "and" -- your comma placement is correct.

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