Story excerpt provided by Newark Advocate.
Written by Kent Mallett.
Imagine a time when doctors know the medication they prescribe will work, without any adverse reaction, based on a patient’s DNA.
Jeff Garshon, president of New Albany-based Chromocare, not only imagined such an achievement, his company opened a clean-room lab Thursday that makes it a reality.
Chromocare celebrated the facility opening at the Central Ohio Aerospace and Technology Center with the lieutenant governor, Ohio Department of Health director, state representatives, Port Authority officials, Licking Memorial Hospital executives, Newark and Heath mayors and area city council members.
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Originally published August 13, 2015.