Mark Rodgers joins Molecular Health

Firm provides personalized medicine for cancer patients

MARK RODGERS, who handled communications for Cape Wind for years, has a new job as North American director of corporate communications and public relations at MolecularHealth, according to LinkedIn.

Rodgers, who lives in Dedham, works at their office is in Cambridge. MolecularHealth also has facilities in the Houston, Texas area and in Heidelberg, Germany.

Rodgers' Cape Wind email is no longer being monitored, and visitors there are urged to contact DENNIS DUFFY regarding any correspondence dealing with Cape Wind. The project's website lists Duffy as vice president of regulatory affairs for Energy Management Inc., Cape Wind's developer. According to his bio, Duffy served as special counsel to the Rhode Island Energy Facility Siting Board, was a partner at Partridge, Snow & Hahn and the chair of the firm's Public Utility Practice Group, and has served for the past eight years as chair of the Generator Information System Working Group of the New England Power Pool.

Rodgers emailed CapeCodToday.com today to say, “I am thrilled to join the team at Molecular Health who are providing the gateway to personalized medicine for cancer patients. Molecular Health’s TreatmentMAP is a diagnostic technology that considers each patient’s individual genetic and medical information as well as the genetic makeup of their cancer. Molecular Health then compares each patient’s individual data at a molecular level with all of the information contained in their database of scientific and medical knowledge about disease and treatments."

"This comprehensive personalized approach enables Molecular Health’s medical professionals to identify which treatments have the best potential of being beneficial for each patient, and to also identify harmful treatments that should be avoided. Molecular Health’s TreatmentMAP is empowering doctors to deliver better treatments to cancer patients by turning terabytes of genetic, health and treatment data into an easy-to-understand, personalized diagnostic plan," Rodgers said.


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