NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cancer Genetics today announced that it has signed an agreement with Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare to provide its cancer diagnostic services.

Harvard Pilgrim's provider network includes more than 135 hospitals and 28,000 doctors covering more than one million people in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maine. Cancer Genetics provides molecular testing services for hematological, urogenital, and HPV-associated cancers.

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