Hutch to Use GenoLogics' Informatics Suite in Early Cancer Detection Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will use GenoLogics’ translational research software in its early-detection cancer research programs, the Canadian company said today.
 
The Canary Foundation, a non-profit charity focused on funding cancer detection research, is providing the center with GenoLogics' Biomedical Informatics software suite.
 

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