VA Extends Genomic Health Advisory Group Through 2010 | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to extend for two years a group it started in 2006 to provide advice on genomics aspects of the VA’s mission and activities.
The Genomic Medicine Program Advisory Committee is a group of scientists and veterans’ advocates that advises the VA on scientific and ethical issues involved in the VA’s genomic medicine program.

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