NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genome Canada and the Canadian Institute of Health Research today announced a C$3.3 million (US$2.4 million) investment in Can-Share, a genomic data-sharing program.

The program is a consortium seeking to create policies and tools for Canadian clinicians and researchers to share data with each other and with partners worldwide. It is led by McGill University's Bartha Maria Knoppers, The Hospital for Sick Children's Michael Brudno, and the University of British Columbia's Jan Friedman.

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