CU system resets healthcare with $63M personalized medicine division
The accelerating speed of DNA sequencing, drug development and data analysis has led UCHealth, the University of Colorado Medical School and Children's Hospital Colorado to join in an effort to fundamentally change the way they care for patients.The partnership will invest more than $63 million over the next five years to create a new division, adding clinicians, genetic counselors, researchers and advanced practice nurses — and also expanding a DNA bank and advanced data warehouse.
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