NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Health plan management firm MagnaCare has signed a deal to provide GenTox's pharmacogenomic testing services to members of its provider network, the companies announced today.

"This initiative promises to provide doctors with the valuable information they need to achieve more efficient dosing of critical medications and provides access to information for the most effective choices based upon each patient’s unique genetic makeup obtained through the testing," MagnaCare CEO Joseph Berardo said in a statement.

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