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OneOme and Rainbow Genomics Team Up to Provide Innovative Genomic Services to Patients in Hong Kong, Japan, and Macau

Partnership Combines Exome Sequencing, Pharmacogenomics Expertise

MINNEAPOLIS, HONG KONG (September 13, 2017) – Today, OneOme and Rainbow Genomics announced they are teaming up to provide genomic services to patients in Hong Kong, Japan, and Macau. OneOme’s RightMed® pharmacogenomic test will be offered alongside Rainbow Genomics’ whole exome sequencing tes...

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OneOme's Director of Laboratory Operations to Speak on Power of Pharmacogenomics at Precision Medicine Leaders Summit

Ross Higgins Speaking on August 23 Roundtable, August 24 Panel Discussion

MINNEAPOLIS (August 22, 2017) – On Wednesday, August 23 and Thursday, August 24, OneOme’s director of laboratory operations, Ross Higgins, will speak about the barriers and opportunities for implementing pharmacogenomics in clinical medicine at the Precision Medicine Leaders Summit in San Diego....

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OneOme announces agreement with ProZed Pharmacy Solutions

Partnership is Personalized Medicine Company’s First Entry into Canadian Retail Pharmacy Market

Minneapolis, Minnesota; North Bay, Ontario (July 26, 2017) – A new partnership between OneOme and ProZed Pharmacy Solutions brings the power of personalized medicine to Canada. Minnesota-based OneOme will provide its RightMed® pharmacogenomics platform exclusively to customers of ProZed Pharmacy...

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OneOme Forges Partnership with Total Quality Medicine

Agreement will Bring OneOme’s Pharmacogenomic Testing to Patients in Mexico

MINNEAPOLIS, MEXICO CITY (July 13, 2017) – Pharmacogenomics leader OneOme today announced it has forged a partnership with Mexico City-based Total Quality Medicine (TQM). The agreement will bring OneOme’s pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing and support services to patients in Mexico, as TQM incorpor...

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NBC News: Is Your Medication Helping or Hurting? DNA Tests May Be a Guide

NBC News recently featured a story on its website and during an NBC Nightly News segment about Karen Daggett, a Mayo Clinic patient who nearly died after taking a heart medication that had built up to toxic levels in her body.

After Daggett’s traumatizing medical event, her doctor ordered th...

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