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NEW YORK – Predictive Oncology subsidiary Helomics has signed a pair of agreements to use its artificial intelligence-based platform in oncology decision making.

First, Helomics said today that it is partnering with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to use AI to potentially improve clinical decision making for ovarian cancer patients. In addition, Interpace Diagnostics said that it is working with Helomics to develop tools that diagnose and assess the risk of thyroid cancer.  

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