University of Colorado Health Leads $63M Regional Personalized Medicine Center Initiative | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Several University of Colorado-affiliated institutions plan to use $63 million to create a new personalized medicine center that will use genomic testing and bioinformatics in clinical care and in research programs to treat patients and improve outcomes, University of Colorado Health said today.

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