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The Government Doesn’t Consider Genetic Disorders Important: I.C. Verma

Dr I.C. Verma speaks to Outlook on what lawmakers need to address to tackle genetic diseases.

The Government Doesn’t Consider Genetic Disorders Important: I.C. Verma
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The Government Doesn’t Consider Genetic Disorders Important: I.C. Verma
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2019-06-14T16:49:38+05:30

Dr I.C. Verma has spent decades studying the challenges in diagnosing and treating genetic diseases. A former director at the Institute of Medical Genetics and Genomics at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi, he spoke to Siddhartha Mishra on what lawmakers need to address to tackle genetic diseases. Excerpts…

The status of diagnosis and treatment of genetic diseases?

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