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N-of-One Joins Oracle Partner Program

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – N-of-One has become a silver member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork's (OPN) Specialized program.

The specialized program is the latest version of the broader Oracle partner program, which provides tools that help participating members better develop, sell, and implement Oracle solutions.

As a silver member, N-of-One's clinical interpretation solution will be integrated with Oracle Health Sciences Translational Research Center (TRC), a data aggregation and normalization platform. The capabilities of the combined solution will enable oncologists to incorporate and explore relevant clinical and scientific data and make more personalized decisions about their patients' therapeutic options.

"As precision medicine becomes an integral part of providing outstanding cancer care, oncologists increasingly are looking for insight on molecularly guided therapeutic options for each patient," Chris Cournoyer, CEO of Lexington, Mass.-based N-of-One, said in a statement. "We are pleased to work closely with ... Oracle Health Sciences as they develop the Oracle Health Sciences [TRC] platform and other precision medicine tools that easily adapt to and address clinical environments for oncology patients."

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