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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In a workshop to be held by the National Institutes of Health later this week, experts from the government, academic research, healthcare organizations, and industry will discuss ways to build and interact with the national research cohort of more than 1 million individuals that is part of President Obama's $215 million Precision Medicine Initiative.

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