Weill Cornell Precision Medicine Institute Awaiting CLIA Approval; Will Use Sequencing To Guide Cancer Care | GenomeWeb

Within a newly created Institute for Precision Medicine, clinicians from Weill Cornell Medical College and New York Presbyterian Hospital plan to use whole-genome and exome sequencing, as well as other genomic and genetic analyses, to inform individualized treatment for cancer patients.

Moving forward, the center will also use genomic data to guide care for other disease areas, according to its leader, Mark Rubin, a professor of pathology at Weill Cornell.

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