'07 PGx Legislation Shed Earlier Race and Genotype Priorities | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Legislation that aims to promote personalized medicine and genomics studies should take into account new understandings of race and genotype and how definitions of race may impact pharmacogenomics research, two Stanford University science policy researchers advised yesterday in a paper in Science.

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