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NEW YORK — Australia's Victorian government said on Monday that it will provide A$36 million (US$26.4 million) in funding over the next four years to the Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance.

Founded in 2013, Melbourne Genomics is an alliance of 10 hospitals, research groups, and academic institutes tasked with implementing clinical genomics programs in the Australian state of Victoria.

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