Thailand prepares to compete in genomic research

Bangkok: Thailand has set its sight on becoming Asean’s genomic medicine leader within five years.

“We have already secured a budget of 4.47 billion baht (RM589.8mil) for the five-year Integrated Genomics Thailand Plan,” Public Health Minister Dr Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn revealed on Friday.

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