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The National Institutes of Health recently launched the Undiagnosed Diseases Program, a clinical research initiative linking NHGRI, the Office of Rare Diseases, and the NIH Clinical Center. NHGRI's clinical director, William Gahl, will serve as director of the new unit. GT's Meredith Salisbury caught up with him to find out more about the program, which aims to serve annually as many as 100 patients with longstanding, undiagnosed illnesses.

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