By Turna Ray

Khoury.jpgGAPPNet, or the Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention Network, is a collaborative effort recently launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Cancer Institute to drive the adoption of validated and clinically useful genomic technologies.

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