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Genomic Medicine in Vermont - Community Medical School

  • Carpenter Auditorium, Given Building, UVM Campus 89 Beaumont Avenue Burlington, VT, 05405 United States (map)

Targeted cancer treatments can be more effective in treating cancer cells, often in conjunction with traditional therapies. Hear about how UVM is working toward using the complete genetic information of individual patients to inform their health and healthcare, as well as conducting research to ensure this new strategy not only yields better outcomes, but is also cost-effective.

Presented by Debra G.B. Leonard, M.D., Ph.D., Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Part of the Community Medical School series. 

Free and open to the public 

For more information, visit or call (802) 847-2886

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