UK Report Urges NHS to Prep for Sequencing in Clinical Care | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Foundation for Genomics and Population Health (PHG Foundation) in a new report has laid out a strategy it says the UK should pursue to enable the "responsible and effective" implementation of whole genome sequencing in clinical practice within the National Health Service.

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