Genomics Will Be a Focus of New $700M VC Initiative in California | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A California private equity group plans to invest as much as $700 million in new health-care initiatives that will include funding for predictive genomics, as well as other high-tech health-care programs such as telemedicine and chronic care improvement, the fund, Health Evolution Partners, said today.
 

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