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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Recognizing that a growing number people are choosing to buy genetic testing online instead of waiting for their doctors to order it for them, PerkinElmer and NorthShore University HealthSystem this week announced that they, too, are exploring the consumer genomics market.

"We recognize that access to genetic information still remains an issue, and for a growing number of people, their first touch point to getting genetic information is through novel ways of delivery," said Peter Hulick, director of NorthShore's Center for Personalized Medicine.

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