With millions of human genetic variants cited in over 30 million articles, comprehensively searching the medical research for a variant can be like finding a needle in a haystack. This is especially important when a single paper can mean the difference between a variant of uncertain significance (VUS) and a pathogenic variant.
As a parent, sometimes the most powerful answer you can give your children is “no”.
Once they know where the boundaries are, they just might stop trying to navigate the gray area to find loopholes. The same can be said for genomic variant curation.