Coriell, Air Force Collaborate to Train Military Medical Personnel, Assess Value of Genomic Medicine | GenomeWeb

The Coriell Personalized Medicine Collaborative has launched a longitudinal genomics study in which researchers will provide genetic testing to 2,000 active duty healthcare providers serving in the US Air Force Medical Service to gauge their susceptibility for a variety of diseases and characterize their response to various drugs.

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