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April 27, 2010

Gene Network Sciences Using Supercomputing to Match Patients with a Drug That Works

Ryan McBride

Health insurers have wasted billions of dollars on reimbursing drugs that don’t work for certain patients. But Cambridge, MA-based Gene Network Sciences might have a cure for this spending ailment. It is using supercomputing technology to build databases that can match patients with the most suitable drugs or other treatments.

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