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Where's the Economic Stimulus for Personalized Medicine?

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With so many billions in funding flowing from the US government through the NIH and a consistent buzz around comparative effectiveness research, the question "Where is the economic stimulus money for personalized medicine?" is one that advocates and innovators are beginning to ask in earnest.

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