BaseHealth's Genophen Uses Genomic, Lifestyle, Clinical Data to Personalize Health Management Strategies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Newly renamed BaseHealth officially launched its first product for the life sciences market this week, a health management platform for doctors called Genophen that combines genomic, clinical, and lifestyle information to assess patients' risk of developing more than 40 complex diseases, thus allowing physicians to intervene early and recommend behavioral modification strategies to help their patients reduce risk and improve long-term health.

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