NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new analysis considered some of the current strategies and complications for those attempting to integrate personalized genomic information and/or pharmacogenomic clues into patient care.

A Duke University-led team brought together information from half a dozen projects being done at National Human Genome Research Institute "Implementing Genomics in Practice" (IGNITE) consortium network sites to scrutinize existing implementation approaches and impediments.

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