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NEW YORK – Quantgene and CureMatch said on Wednesday that they have signed a strategic partnership to integrate genomic, cloud, and artificial intelligence technologies and improve precision treatments and long-term outcomes for patients diagnosed with cancer.

The firms also said that they plan to collaborate on advancing genomics and AI-guided oncology tools. 

Santa Monica, California-based Quantgene said its Quantgene Liquid assay profiles cell-free DNA in blood samples from cancer patients to establish their mutational profiles.

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