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Madison County Commission donates $70,000 for Smith Family Clinic

Huntsville, Ala. — The Madison County Commission has given $100,000 to the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology to support the Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine and the Institute’s genetic breast and ovarian cancer genetic risk program, Information is Power. “I am very proud to be associated with HudsonAlpha,” said Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong,
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Possible first-ever genomic medicine diagnostic center opens: Fierce Biotech

Manys stories have covered the use of big data and genomics to find new treatments and cures for diseases. The hope within that coverage is palpable but with a distinct “maybe one day” feel. But now there comes an announcementof the opening of The Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine in Huntsville, Alabama, which just
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First Look at the Clinic for Genomic Medicine: WAAY TV

Huntsville might hold the key to finding a cure for some mystery illnesses. The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is about to accept some of the 30 million patients with rare, undiagnosed conditions at its new on-campus clinic. Chief genomics officer Howard Jacob, Ph.D., says visits to this clinic are similar to what you would experience
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New clinic might be key to finding cures to mystery illnesses: Fox 54

The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is about to accept some of the 30 million patients with rare, undiagnosed conditions at its new on-campus clinic. Chief genomics officer Howard Jacob, Ph.D., says visits to this clinic are similar to what you would experience during a routine trip to the doctor’s office. “We’ll take some blood from
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The Smith Family Clinic Grand Opening

Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine opens November 2015. Huntsville, Ala. — The Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening November 20, 2015. The clinic is believed to be the first in the world designed solely for providing diagnoses to patients with undiagnosed disease via the exclusive use of whole
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Unmasking mystery diseases: Birmingham Medical News

In November, after Halloween’s phantoms have shed their masks, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville begins its quest to unmask even more fearsome and elusive real life villains—unknown genetically-based diseases destroying the lives and health of human patients. Headed by David Bick, MD, it will be the nation’s first clinic devoted to using whole genome
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