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David Cox Dies

David Cox, a senior vice president at Pfizer, has died, reports Matthew Herper at Forbes. Cox was 66. As Herper notes, Cox was part of the effort to sequence the human genome, then was the chief scientific officer of Perlegen before moving onto Pfizer where he oversaw genetic research.

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