The field of precision medicine is an up and coming, as well as, groundbreaking field in the healthcare industry. Genomics science along with stem cell research are changing the approach to treating cancer and other diseases. If researchers can unlock the mysteries that lurk in the genes, individual therapies can be prescribed to cure several diseases that take the lives of millions of people every year. Obama got on board more than two years ago, and he established a national Precision Medicine Initiative. That initiative focuses on finding a cure for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Rutgers University, one of New Jersey’s oldest universities, established a 2018 Chair Challenge in 2015 to support genomic science. According to Bloomberg, one of the first people in the New Brunswick, New Jersey area to pledge $1.5 million to that campaign was real estate developer Omar Boraie. The Omar Boraie Chair in Genomic Science at Rutgers is just one of the many accomplishments in the life of Omar Boraie. Scientists at Rutgers are making progress in answering some of the questions surrounding gene therapy, and Sam Boraie’s donation is making that progress possible. The Rutgers Cancer Institute is New Jersey’s only National Cancer Institute.
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