VA Selects Personal Genome Diagnostics for Cancer Genomic Testing Pilot Program | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Personal Genome Diagnostics today announced it has been selected by the US Department of Veterans Affairs New England Veteran's Integrated Service Network to provide genomic testing services for a new precision oncology program.

Patients in the program with newly diagnosed lung cancer will receive testing with PGDx's CancerSelect targeted gene panel.

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