U Michigan Partnering with IGC to Create Sequencing-Based PGx Non-Profit | GenomeWeb

The University of Michigan and the International Genomics Consortium have created a non-profit company called Paradigm that will provide a molecular diagnostic service to guide personalized treatment for cancer and, eventually, other diseases.

Paradigm will accept patients' biological samples from doctors or hospitals and analyze them with targeted sequencing. Following this analysis, the company will produce a report that explains which targeted therapies might be linked to a patient's particular mutations.

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