House of Lords Launches Inquiry into State of Genomic Medicine in UK | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The House of Lords in the UK Parliament will hold an inquiry into the state of genomic medicine, and has put out a public call for experts to give testimony about the progress and the potential impact it will have on clinical medicine.

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