NEJM Study Finds Genetic Data May Improve Diagnosis in Lung Disease | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A research team has pooled data on more than 3,000 patients and determined that patients' genetic background provides a better method of assessing their potential lung function than current standard benchmarks, such as self-reported race or ethnicity.

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