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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Guardant Health and Flatiron Health have announced a collaboration to integrate Guardant Health's liquid biopsy genomic testing results with clinical treatment and outcomes data using Flatiron's cloud-based information platform. 

The partners said this new ability to link patients' genomic data with their clinical records will hopefully support the accelerated development of targeted therapies for cancer by enabling life science companies to more quickly recruit and select patients for trials and to more easily follow subjects and their progress over time.

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