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GSK and Sanofi join Finland's 500,000 genomics study

GSK and Sanofi join Finland's 500,000 genomics study

This target represents five times as many people as England’s comparable project, the 100, 000 genomes project, which is seen as one of the world’s leading genome research projects. ... England reached its 100, 000 genome sequencing milestone last

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  • 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare

    the backbone of the whole health service, and account for around 500, 000 of its 1.7 million staff. ... 100, 000 Genomes Project.

  • A rare opportunity A rare opportunity

    Meanwhile, the 100, 000 Genomes Project is making strong progress in the creation of a new genomic medicine service for the NHS and, more recently, political momentum has been building in ... The UK's 100, 000 Genome Project is a world-leading push to

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