NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sanford Health, a South Dakota-based non-profit health system, said today it will use a $125 million gift to establish a new clinical genomic medicine initiative called Sanford Imagenetics that will stretch across multiple US regions.

The new program will integrate genetic testing in primary care for adult patients with a research program that seeks to define which markers are most successful, Sanford Health said.

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