NEW YORK, Sept. 17 – Following last week’s terrorist attacks on the US's East Coast and the ensuing restrictions on air travel, many genomics and proteomics conferences scheduled to occur last week and in the near future have been postponed, including several conferences organized by Cambridge Healthtech Institute.

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