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PreventionGenetics sees continued growth

Biotech company gives boost to health care field, local economy

6:28 PM, Oct. 3, 2013
PreventionGenetics had a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday in Marshfield.
PreventionGenetics had a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday in Marshfield.
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In nine years, PreventionGenetics has grown from a biotech start-up with six employees and a small offering of genetic tests to world-renowned, 90-person company, which offers the largest test menu of any genetics laboratory in the country.

"Physicians are more and more realizing the utility of DNA testing in health care, and I think it will likely continue to grow," said PreventionGenetics founder and president James Weber.

The PreventionGenetics research and development team has responded to the growing demand for genetic information by developing new tests, Weber said. About ...

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