NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – ACT Genomics and Philippines-based Allegiant Regional Care (ARC) Hospital said this week that they are collaborating to offer genomic testing services in Cebu, the Philippines. As part of the collaboration, ARC will offer ACTG genomic tests to patients in the hospitals that it operates in, with the aim of understanding the mutational profile of cancer patients' tumor cells and providing them with genomic information-guided personalized treatment plans.

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