N-of-One to Provide Interpretation Reports to Physicians for Fox Chase's CancerCode45 Test | GenomeWeb

Fox Chase Cancer Center has contracted genomics interpretation company N-of-One to interpret and curate results from its new targeted sequencing-based test, CancerCode45, creating reports for ordering physicians that link genomic findings with potential targeted therapies.

The company's reports will pick out and highlight mutations identified by the test that are associated with specific cancer drugs and explain the research behind these links to help doctors at Fox Chase personalize treatment strategies for their patients.

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