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Exome Sequencing Helps Crack Rare Disease Diagnosis
05.01.2018
The Scientist

 

On the Trail of Unknown Diseases

06.15.2017
Duke Health Blog

 

When an Illness Has No Name
Spring 2017
Duke Children's Stories


Collaboration Matters When Looking for Answers to Undiagnosed Diseases
01.10.2017
Baylor College of Medicine Blog

 

Network and Gene Tools Help Quickly Identify New, Rare Genetic Disease
11.08.2016
Duke Health News & Media

 

Rare New Genetic Disorder Identified
11.07.2016
Specialty Pharmacy Times

 

Duke Making Strides to Identify Rare Diseases
03.08.2016

ABC11 Eyewitness News


Toddler's Rare Disease Identified and Treated

10.22.2015
Columbia University Medical Center Office of Communications

 

Undiagnosed Diseases Network Launches Online Application Portal
09.16.2015
NIH News and Events

 

Cara Greene's Story: Diagnosis, at Last
Fall 2015 Issue
DukeMed Alumni News

 

Medical Mystery: Genetic Clue Solves Toddler's Debilitating Illness

12.27.2014
CBS Evening News

 

One of a Kind. What would you do if your child has a condition that is new to science?
07.21.2014
The New Yorker

 

Medical Mutation
07.27.2013
The Times-News

 

N-glycanase Deficiency is an Official Disorder

06.23.2013
Overcoming Movement Disorder Blog

 

CSI-House Teams Could Make Better Medical Diagnoses
07.28.2012
Duke Research Blog

 

Duke-Led Team eports on Clinical Exome Sequencing Pilot Project
05.08.2012
GenomeWeb


Sequencing Works in Clinical Setting to Find Diagnosis
05.08.2012
Scicasts


 

 

 

 

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