NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Everist Genomics today announced a joint venture with Manipal Group to establish a business presence in India.

The joint venture will market Everist's diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic solutions through Manipal's healthcare network in India, which includes 15 hospitals, nine primary care clinics, and 55 community health centers. Additionally, the deal leverages Manipal's background in medical products, commercially viable infrastructure, and capabilities in the region, Everist said.

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