Initiative aims to bolster a field of medicine that tailors treatments based on the unique factors of individual patients and individual diseases.
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Some legal experts argue a categorical ban is justified.
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We are ignoring significant skills gaps at our own peril.
Legislation also directs secretary to reassign top career officials every five years.
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