Children's Genomics

Genomic tools being tried at a handful of children's hospitals may foreshadow changes to pediatric care, US News and World Report says.

"Clearly we're at an early pioneering stage of using genome information with children," Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine's Stephen Kingsmore tells it.

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