Celmatix to Begin Testing New Clinical Decision Support System for Predicting Pregnancy Potential | GenomeWeb

Celmatix, a New York-based biotechnology firm, will launch a randomized prospective clinical trial this month to test Polaris, a web-based clinical decision support system that the company developed to help physicians predict women's potential of getting pregnant with or without the use of fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization and make decisions about appropriate courses of action.

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