NIH Program Finds Exome Sequencing Provides Answers for Some Patients with Undiagnosed Diseases | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This article has been updated with additional information about funding for the Undiagnosed Diseases Program.

NIH researchers have found that exome sequencing can help provide diagnoses for patients suffering from diseases that doctors could not explain in any other way, and say that the approach may become a tool in standard clinical settings in the future.

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