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Jun 27, 2014

Integrating Clinical Genomics Data into Standard Medical Practice

While the utilization of NGS is going to be a routine part of clinical practice within five years, the ability to make sense of genomic data will take many more years.

Integrating Clinical Genomics Data into Standard Medical Practice

Dr. David Smith believes that in five years about 90% of upper-tier hospitals in the U.S. will be doing genomic and transcriptomic sequencing of the type of cancer with which a patient presents. [© kentoh - Fotolia.com]

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