The ‘Human Genome’ is the genetic code - the entire list of three billion letters - required to create a human being.Written out, the Human Genome would stretch 5,592 miles, (9,000 km). It would take a typist working eight hours a day half a century to type. Read out for 24 hours a day, it would take a century to finish. Miraculously, the human body has 100 trillion (100 000 000 000 000) cells – each contains a copy of the entire Genome. At latest belief, the Human Genome contains around 20-25,000 genes. It has taken scientists 13 years to decipher. Since the Human Genome Project was finished in 2003, we now have more power to define health risks, refine strengths and achieve the ideal health conditions.