Provider, university to gather genetic data from California patients

10/21/2009 | MIT Technology Review

Kaiser Permanente and the University of California, San Francisco, plan to collect and analyze saliva samples from 100,000 patients in California to set up a genetic information database. The resulting data will help speed up studies on the environmental and genetic causes of diseases, according to researchers.

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