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NEW YORK –After assessing the impact genetic information can have on patient care within clinics and pilot programs, NorthShore University HealthSystem is working on expanding test access to primary care patients and integrating the results into their day-to-day care.  

In 2020, "we're trying to focus … on how to hardwire this so it's not just a bunch of pilots but really starting to be ingrained in practice," said Peter Hulick, medical director of NorthShore's Center for Personalized Medicine.

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