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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Patients with suspected pediatric genetic diagnoses contribute disproportionately to healthcare costs in the US, according to a new analysis from Illumina researchers.

Pediatric patients thought to have genetic conditions oftentimes undergo diagnostic odysseys that can last years, with each test contributing to the cost of their care.

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