NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cancer molecular diagnostics firm Empire Genomics announced today that it has signed a distribution deal for its products in China with contract research organization HemaTone Beijing.

Growing demand in the region for cancer diagnostics was the impetus for the deal, which is expected to bring in more than $5 million in revenues for Empire over the five-year term of the agreement, the company said. HemaTone will distribute Empire's personalized diagnostic testing products in China, and will provide product training and marketing support to its clients.

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