Sebelius Cites Support for Genomics in HHS Confirmation Hearing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius mentioned "providing support for genomics research" first on a list of the many tasks that would come under her domain as HHS secretary during her confirmation hearing today.

In her opening testimony before a US Senate committee, Sebelius did not expand on her ambitions for genomics research, except to point out to the committee that it was at the front lines of biomedical research and could be used in a number of various disease areas.

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