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Finding Answers for Undiagnosed Patients with Rare Genetic Diseases

Despite the ability of whole genome sequencing to diagnose patients with rare genetic disease, the technology still leaves many patients without a clear diagnosis. Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic

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A childhood of daily seizures. A medicine created just for her son. Will it work?

San Diego nonprofit n-Lorem plans to treat patients with rare genetic diseases for free, and for life. It's an approach some, like RCIGM CEO Stephen Kingsmore, say could revolutionize medicine -- if it

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital ‘Project Baby Manatee’: Advanced Genomics Cuts Diagnostic Delays & Costs

When a child is born with symptoms so rare that they confound doctors, or an older child develops an acute medical condition few health care professionals have treated before, it can cause needless suffering

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Genome Giants: Stephen F. Kingsmore – President and CEO of Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine

Frontline Genomics interviewed RCIGM founder, Stephen Kingsmore, as part of their Genome Giants series, which explores the lives and motivations of some of the most influential figures within the genomics

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