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Regeneron And Geisinger Get Ambitious In Next-Gen Genomics

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Regeneron and Geisinger’s new collaboration to identify genetic variants and apply that knowledge to drug discovery and patient care is pharma’s most ambitious effort to date to exploit next-generation genomics, but its impact on drug discovery productivity won’t be known for years.

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