Philips Research Plans Clinical Study for Software to Help Oncologists Interpret NGS Data | GenomeWeb

Philips Research is developing a software platform intended to help oncologists analyze, interpret, and interactively present data from next-generation sequencing instruments in order to prioritize treatment for cancer patients.

The software, called PAPAyA, for Platform for Personalized Analytics Applications, is currently being developed as a prototype. The company is planning to begin a pilot study in the fourth quarter in partnership with an undisclosed cancer center in order to evaluate its effectiveness in the clinical setting.

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