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Queen Elizabeth University Hospital leads the way for precision medicine

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital is positioning itself as the leading centre for precision medical research. As the largest medical facility of its kind in Western Europe, the centre is set to welcome Aridhia, a clinical and translational informatics company to their building.

It will provide a base for its expanding team, focusing on data, analytics and innovation in biomedical research, as well as offering easy access to the established Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (SMS-IC) Researchers at SMS-IC work on ways to alleviate cancer, COPD, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, among other conditions.

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