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Complete Genomics has formed a genomic medicine advisory board to "provide insight and guidance on the best ways for the company to provide sequencing services to healthcare organizations and physicians interested in implementing genomic medicine in their practice."

Robert Nussbaum, chief of the division of medical genetics in the department of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, will serve as chairman of the advisory board.

Other founding members include:

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