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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A study evaluating the use of pharmacogenetic testing to administer the blood thinner warfarin in an Asian population showed that genotyped patients required fewer dose titrations in the first two weeks of starting therapy compared to those receiving the anticoagulant based on their clinical factors.

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