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Growing pains at U.S. Genomics

By Scott Kirsner
Globe Staff / August 30, 2004

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When Eugene Chan dropped out of Harvard Medical School in 1997 to start U.S. Genomics, his vision was to create a turbocharged DNA reader. Give the machine a drop of blood, and it would sequence your very own genome. That information would help doctors diagnose not only which disease you were suffering from, but which particular variety of the disease ... (Full Article: 1136 Words)

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