GenomeDx shares 7 years of cancer testing data with medical center

GenomeDx Biosciences is making its pool of clinically annotated data on the genomics of urological cancers available to Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. The cancer center is the first organization to sign up for the Decipher Genomics Resource Information Database, a program to share information GenomeDx has gathered through 7 years of testing. GenomeDx thinks the combination of its data with medical center patient registries will enable large-scale clinical studies. Release

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