Obama a strong supporter of developing gene tests
This article was originally published in Clinica
When the Genomics and Personalised Medicine Act 2006 was introduced into the 109th US Congress, it didn’t get very far. But its sponsor, a relatively unknown senator from Illinois, Barack Obama, was clearly determined to push the legislation through.
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