Genome firm teams with researchers to collect info online

05/16/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

The consumer genome service 23andMe said it will work with Parkinson's disease researchers to collect key patient information through a virtual "field study." The company's co-founder said, "We hope to establish an entirely new paradigm for how genetic research is conducted that actively involves the patient."

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