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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (GenomeWeb) – Clinical sequencing can sometimes provide patients with suspected genetic disease with a sought-after molecular diagnosis, or even a treatment, but often, the test results do not change their treatment or care.

Several speakers at the 2018 Genomic Medicine Conference held here by the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology recounted cases that showcased the impact sequencing-based testing has had on their clinical practice.

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