Scripps, Sanofi Personalized Medicine Pact to Focus Initial PGx Research on Diabetes, Aging | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

A new personalized medicine partnership between Sanofi-aventis and Scripps Genomic Medicine will initially focus on using pharmacogenomics to individualize treatments for common diseases affecting metabolism and aging.

Under the terms of the collaboration announced last week, Sanofi will fund up to three projects per year that it will conduct in partnership with Scripps scientists.

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