According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock
According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong lays out blueprint for future of genomic medicine

  • Steering committee gives eight recommendations on way forward for field that is becoming a critical aspect of health care
  • It calls for better supervision of tests and says people should not be required to submit test results to insurers to obtain coverage

Topic |   Medicine
According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock
According to the steering committee’s report, the Hong Kong Genome Project will begin recruiting people in the middle of next year to help build up a database of genome sequences. Photo: Shutterstock
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