NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Belgian cancer diagnostics company OncoDNA said today that it has launched two new precision cancer medicine projects, the budgets for which total €16 million ($17.2 million) and are being supported in part by the Belgian Walloon Region.

The aim of the first project, called Moncodaneum, is to make OncoDNA's OncoKDM software-as-a-service tool available to various cancer treatment centers worldwide to support the integration of cancer-related DNA sequencing data, tumor marker analysis, and imaging.

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