This article has been updated to note that the new Sanford PGx panel will have 42 genes not 60 as reported previously. 

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sanford Health has tapped Translational Software's pharmacogenomics knowledgebase and PGx platform to support its Sanford Imagenetics program as the Dakotas-based non-profit health system looks to expand its genomics medicine initiative to include testing for more genes and more patients.

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