NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Royal Philips today announced an expanded partnership between its Healthcare Research arm and New York Medical College (NYMC) which will focus on personalized cancer care.

Previously, NYMC has collaborated with Philips' genomics arm to develop IntelliSpace Genomics, an application built on Philips Healthsuite that offers analysis workflows for pathologists, oncologists, and researchers. The tool combines and integrates data from multiple sources including raw sequence, clinical data, longitudinal patient records, medical images, pathology data, and more.

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