NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Interleukin Genetics today announced it has received conditional approval from New York State to offer its genetic test for periodontal disease.

Also, the firm's VP of Development and Clinical Operations Lynn Doucette-Stamm has received a certification for qualification from the state as a lab director for genetic testing. She heads the Interleukin Clinical Operations and Research and Development teams.

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