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Denmark opens national genome center

A national genome center will open in the Danish capital Copenhagen and reinforce efforts to develop personalized medicine. The Danish pharma association says the center lacks focus on one crucial element.

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Denmark is set to really get involved in the rising trend of focusing on personalized medicine, and late last week the country’s Ministry of Health announced plans to establish a National Genome Center.

The new initiative is part of the government’s strategy for personalized medicine, for which it has earmarked DKK 100 million between 2017 and 2020. The new center will work to establish a genome bank that should help increase treatment effects by utilizing genetic information from each patient to tailor treatment.

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