Medical research in the new era of whole human genome sequencing

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“Human genetic information is the most valuable information in the world, because it’s personal, precise and will change medicine for ever” – Professor John Mattick.

Watch the AARNews video interview with Executive Director of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Professor John Mattick and learn why the Garvan’s HiSeqXTen genome sequencing system is a game changer for medical research in Australia. He talks about the  impact genomic analysis will have on the diagnosis and treatment of complex human diseases, such as cancer.

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