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23andMe, NIH partner to reduce African Americans health research disparities

09:00 EDT 18 Oct 2016 | CentreWatch

23andMe, a personal genetics company, has announced a new grant from the NIH, for the creation of a genetic resource for health research in African Americans that could improve the understanding of diseases in minority populations. The $1.7 million grant, issued from the National Human Genome Research Institute, will go toward leveraging 23andMe’s data on more than […]

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