NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CombiMatrix today announced a contract with Galaxy Health Network to provide access to CombiMatrix's diagnostic laboratory services for Galaxy's 3.5 million covered lives.

Galaxy is based in Arlington, Texas and has in its provider network more than 400,000 directly contracted doctors, 2,700 hospitals, and 47,000 ancillary providers.

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