Physicians or medical school students concerned that they will be ill-equipped to take advantage of pharmacogenomics may soon get one step closer to enlightenment.

GenoMed and the Health Communication Research Institute, a prominent continuing medical education firm, have partnered to offer a novel online course that aims to introduce MDs to the world of personalized medicine and genomics.

But the brand of education they’re selling may not sit well with the Eric Landers and Francis Collinses of the world.

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