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NEW YORK – PHIX Genomics is a new clinical genomics diagnostics company that aims to be operational in the Philippines by the second quarter of next year, serving the country with a menu of tests that will include cancer profiling, pharmacogenomic, inherited disease screening, and other assays.

Clinical genomics is just one business area for PHIX, which also intends to sell genomic tools and introduce a variety of agriculture and lifestyle-focused tests to the Southeast Asian country.

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