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Items Tagged ‘Eric Klee’

May 7, 2019

Rare, undiagnosed diseases are relatively common

By Susan Buckles Susan Buckles

As many as 25 million Americans – about 1 in 13 people – suffer from a rare, undiagnosed condition.* April 29 was designated Undiagnosed Disease Day to raise awareness that collectively, rare diseases are relatively common. People with a rare disease often spend years visiting different medical providers and clinics seeking answers to unexplained conditions. […]

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Tags: Center for Individualized Medicine, Eric Klee, genome, Heidi Rehm, rare disease


September 19, 2017

CARING FOR KARTER–Genetic sleuths never give up hunt to identify Minnesota boy’s condition

By Colette Gallagher Colette Gallagher

Karter Malcomson coos and swivels his head when he hears his name in his mother’s reassuring voice. “You know we’re talking about you, don’t you?” Karter’s mom, Kerrie, says. “Karter is a very happy boy. He’s very content. He’s very interested in everything, especially people. He’s definitely a people person.” His father, Zane, spins Karter […]

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Tags: Center for Individualized Medicine, Charu Kaiwar, clinical informatics, collaboration, Eric Klee, genetic testing, genomics, Gianrico Farrugia, health sciences research, Margot Cousin, Nicole Boczek, Pavel Pichurin


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