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💬 "As we begin to understand why this happened to Christian Eriksen, there are more calls for better research in this area of #genomics and clinical outcomes"
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https://sangerinstitute.blog/2021/06/18/getting-to-the-heart-of-the-matter/

💬 "As we begin to understand why this happened to Christian Eriksen, there are more calls for better research in this area of #genomics and clinical outcomes"
🗨️ Rameen Shakur @MIT

#PrecisionMedicine #Cardiovascular
https://sangerinstitute.blog/2021/06/18/getting-to-the-heart-of-the-matter/

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