From 13 Years to 13 Hours: Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine Demonstrates Fastest Time to Life-Changing Diagnosis for Infants with Rare Disease

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It took an international research effort 13 years to complete the first sequence of the human genome – the code of life. Now, Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine (RCIGM), in collaboration with Illumina, Inc. and Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc., is refining an ultra-rapid sequencing process to diagnose rare disease in 13.5 hours.

AdventHealth diagnoses severely underweight baby with rare allergy using genomic testing

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A Central Florida family is thanking AdventHealth and genomic testing for a life-saving diagnosis that saved their baby boy. Six months ago, when Michael Ferrara-Urban was three-months-old, he was admitted to AdventHealth for Children (AHFC) for “failure to thrive.” Last April, AHFC partnered with Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine in San Diego to bring […]