University of California, San Francisco announced Tuesday that Gov. Jerry Brown has committed $3 million in state funds to a UC Health system project that aims to advance precision medicine.
The project, called the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine, will begin within the UC Health system, which consists of five medical centers, including the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. The project’s goal is to integrate patient data from clinical visits with data from outside so...
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