Two years in, Indiana University School of Medicine Dean Jay Hess says the school’s first Grand Challenges initiative is "already impacting the care we provide patients." The $120 million Precision Health effort has goals including curing one cancer and one childhood disease over the next decade through a focus on individualized medicine. 

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