NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Laboratory Corporation of America announced today that it has agreed to acquire the operating assets of women's health laboratory Pathology Inc.

The terms of the deal were undisclosed.

The deal encompasses all of Pathology's operating assets, including its patient service centers, LabCorp said in a statement. The Torrance, California-based Pathology provides expertise in reproductive FDA donor testing, as well as anatomic, molecular, and digital pathology services, LabCorp added.

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