CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – Healthcare analytics technology company Cota has entered into a partnership with New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Cota will take anonymized clinical records from MSK and run it through its Cota Nodal Address classification system to build clinical and genomic data sets. This will have the dual purposes of supporting patient care and research at MSK and augmenting Cota's store of evidence.

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