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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) -- Telegenomics technology company Genome Medical has begun providing genetic counseling services for insurer Cigna as of Oct. 1.

Genome Medical employs a team of more than 40 genetics experts and providers who conduct telehealth consultations in the areas of primary care, cancer, cardiovascular conditions, reproductive health, pediatrics, and pharmacogenetics. These experts can evaluate and make care decision for patients, and facilitate peer-to-peer consultations for providers.

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