Children's Hospital LA Commits $50M to Expand Center for Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Children's Hospital Los Angeles said today that it will commit $50 million in institutional funding to expand its Center for Personalized Medicine.

The funding, which was recently approved by the hospital's board of trustees, will be invested over the next five years. The hospital will seek an additional $50 million in philanthropic funding from the community to support the translation of research into the clinic.

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