British Columbia Partners Working to Implement HCV Genotype Test | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Scientists at Vancouver's BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS Research (BC-CfE) are collaborating with pharmaceutical firm Janssen to study and implement a sequencing-based testing program to screen hepatitis C patients to predict their response to treatment with simeprevir, Genome BC said today.

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