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EpicGenetics Expands to Canada with First Definitive Diagnostic Blood Test for Fibromyalgia

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Test Maker Expands Research to Identify Genetic Markers Unique to Fibromyalgia and Explore Direct Treatment Approaches

EpicGenetics Announces Major Clinical Study to Locate Genetic Markers Unique to People with Fibromyalgia and Explore New Treatment Approaches.

EpicGenetics, with the Assistance of Leading Medical Centers, Expands Clinical Study of FM/a® Test to Diagnose Fibromyalgia, Identify Genetic Markers Unique to the Disorder and Explore Direct Treatment Approaches

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