NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Pharmacy benefits management company Medco and Mayo Collaborative Services plan to study whether using genetic tests can cut costs and improve care for patients taking the blood-thinner warfarin, Medco today.
 
Medco said it will work with Mayo to evaluate test data from more than 1,000 subjects from the roughly 200,000 individuals Medco tracks every year who are new to warfarin treatment.
 

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