Genetics for Early Disease Detection and Intervention to Improve Health Outcomes (GEDDI)
Millions of individuals with genetic diseases could benefit from early detection and intervention through a closer partnership between clinical medicine and public health. Genetics for Early Disease Detection and Intervention to Improve Health Outcomes (GEDDI) is a collaborative initiative funded by the Office of Public Health Genomics, CDC, that will analyze and initiate a systematic approach for detection and intervention using clinical, genetic, and family health history information. Thoughts and opinions from diverse perspectives are of utmost importance in order to inform the project's working group. GEDDI aims to enhance existing healthcare practices, improve provider and public education, and increase referral to appropriate services using the following tools:
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