New York State Commits $5.1M to Two-Year Sequencing Pilot Studying Range of Diseases | GenomeWeb

New York State plans to fund a two-year, $5.1 million sequencing pilot project of 1,000 residents in Western New York under its Regional Economic Development Council Initiative.

The Roswell Park Cancer Institute Genome Project will collect blood samples and detailed medical information from 1,000 volunteers, to study the genetic factors involved in cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension.

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