YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Google+ Twitter Xinginstagram rss  

Global Genome Sharing Alliance Launched

June 6, 2013 | A consortium of 69 institutions in 13 countries plans to work to enable the free flow of information in genomic medicine by developing standards and policies to encourage data-sharing of a person’s DNA sequence combined with clinical information. In addition, the alliance hopes encourage the development of tools to allow patients to maintain control over their own medical and genetic data. Nature News
Click here to login and leave a comment.  


Add Comment

Text Only 2000 character limit

Page 1 of 1

For reprints and/or copyright permission, please contact Angela Parsons, 781.972.5467.