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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Presenting at an investors meeting in London this week, Roche said this week that is has more than 200 companion diagnostic projects ongoing across its pharma and diagnostics units. "More than 60 percent of our pharmaceutical pipeline projects are couples with the development of companion diagnostics in order to make treatments more effective," Roche CEO Severin Schwan said.

The firm also noted that approximately 50 percent of its R&D budget is allocated to oncology drugs and diagnostics.

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