Cancer Care Institute Teams with NextBio to Study Genomic Data | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – NextBio said today that the Cancer Care Institute will use its software under a strategic collaboration to interpret genomic data from cancer patients.

Under the partnership, CCI, which has campuses in San Jose and Morgan Hill, Calif., will apply the NextBio software platform to analyze patients' genomic data and streamline the use of that information in the clinic.

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