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NEW YORK – Color and the Teamsters Health and Welfare Fund of Philadelphia and Vicinity announced on Tuesday that they have partnered to provide access to Color's clinical grade genomic services to the members of 13 Teamster union locals, as well as their spouses and adult dependents.

These nearly 14,000 members and their families have access to physician-ordered genetic tests, board-certified genetic counselors, and clinical pharmacists, in order to better understand their risk for certain hereditary cancers, heart disease, and pharmacogenomic responses.

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