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he research is as important as it is fraught: scientists at the University of Utah have forged a new partnership with the pharmaceutical giant Janssen to search for biomarkers associated with an increased risk of suicide.

The project, unveiled Friday, seeks to advance existing genetic research on suicide by potentially developing new medications that could help prevent patients from ending their lives.

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