NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The North Carolina Biotechnology Center sees the state as a potential hub for personalized medicine research and business, and has provided $100,000 for a project to begin exploring the possibility of creating a center that would focus on commercializing technologies to individualize medical diagnosis and treatment of each patient.

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