NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Caris Life Sciences today announced the launch of a pilot program with the UK's National Health Service to offer patients with ovarian and rare gynecological cancers access to comprehensive tumor profiling.

Caris will provide about 120 women access to its Caris Molecular Intelligence tumor profiling service as part of the program. The service — which uses a variety of technologies to evaluate changes in a patient's tumor —is being made available in England for the first time.

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