Initial findings from the country's 10-year National Precision Medicine program could yield genetic tests tailored to Asian populations within Singapore and abroad.
AACR Studies Flag Molecular Differences in Colorectal Cancer Patients of African, European Ancestry
Data presented at the meeting underscored the importance of studying diverse populations in order to improve equity in precision oncology.
23andMe, Morehouse School of Medicine Team Up on Sickle Cell Carrier Awareness
The MSM community will be screened for the HbS variant, and those with sickle cell trait will receive counseling from the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia.
Baylor Team Aims to Identify Chemo Toxicity Biomarkers in Latino Pediatric Leukemia Patients
The CPRIT-funded study will examine clinical and genomic data from more than 2,000 Latino patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia treated with high-dose chemo.
Canadian Genomics Research Project Pointing Indigenous Rare Disease Patients Toward Diagnosis
The Precision Diagnosis Study offers whole-genome sequencing to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit patients with suspected genetic conditions.