THE GENOMEWEB INTERVIEW: Randy Scott Is Bullish on Genomics. Just Don t Ask Him About His Own Company | GenomeWeb

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 22 - Incyte Genomics co-founder Randy Scott and his latest creation, Genomic Health, are in stealth mode.

Though Scott launched the new applied genomics/personalized medicine enterprise in August 2000, the products and services portion of its website urges visitors to "Please re-visit the site for further progress with our clinical development program."

 

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