New Genomic Data-Sharing Efforts Aim to Bridge Pharma's Revenue-Innovation Gap | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Two genomics leaders have teamed up to create an open channel by which drug developers can access each other's non-proprietary clinical data for the purposes of advancing personalized medicine — an effort that has so far inspired pledges from several industry players to share data captured in the comparator arms of drug trials.

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