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NEW YORK – SpeeDx said on Monday it has agreed with Laboratory Corporation of America to codevelop diagnostic tests . The agreement focuses on assays for women's health and infectious diseases.

SpeeDx and LabCorp will work together to codevelop and introduce new molecular tests using SpeeDx's proprietary technology, the Australia-based firm said in an email. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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