NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – In an effort to improve cardiac care among populations who may not be able to afford it, the Larry King Cardiac Foundation and Quest Diagnostics announced today a partnership under which Quest will donate gene-based and routine testing services.

Quest will provide the tests and services to patients identified and served by LKCF in the hope of improving the diagnosis and management of heart disease.

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