SAE Consortium Kicks Off; Begins Two Projects to ID Genetic Markers Linked to Adverse Events | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Several large pharmaceutical firms and academic research groups today kicked off a collaborative effort that will use genomics to attack a central challenge of drug development: the fact that adverse drug reactions affecting only a few patients can hold up or prevent the release of a drug that could help many.

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