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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine - Dept. Human & Molecular Genetics

a/k/a: VCU

Address

P.O. Box 980033
MCV
Richmond, VA 23298-0033

Phone

804-828-9632

Fax

804-827-1124

800 Number

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Email Address

corey@vcu.edu

Website

http://www.gen.vcu.edu/

The Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia Genetics is a professional organization and clinical facility that is dedicated to providing support to individuals affected by genetic disorders and their families; conducting research into the causes and treatments of genetic disorders; and promoting public and professional education in the field of genetic disorders. The Human Genetics Division at Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia is a full service genetics team that provides prenatal diagnosis and a full range of genetic counseling services to people enrolled at the Medical College program. The organization produces brochures, a newsletter, and a booklet about Cri Du Chat Syndrome.

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