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NEW YORK – Cofactor Genomics said Tuesday that it will partner with the University of California, San Diego, to continue to study the utility of its predictive immune modeling technology in personalizing immunotherapy treatment for head and neck cancers.

The company noted that improving therapy selection for this hard-to-treat tumor type has become especially important given the US Food and Drug Administration's recent approval of pembrolizumab (Merk's Keytruda) as a first-line option for recurrent and metastatic, squamous cell head and neck carcinoma.

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