This article has been updated to correct an error in the previously reported number of patients whose data is in NextBio's database. The correct number is 8000 not 800 as stated earlier.

A few months after launching a version of its informatics platform for clinical use, NextBio has announced a partnership with the Cancer Care Institute that demonstrates the newly minted tool's ability to integrate and interpret genomic and clinical data from oncology patients in a medical setting.

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