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Mike Nolan

Freenome has hired Mike Nolan as its chief commercial officer. In his new position, Nolan will be responsible for bringing Freenome's first AI-generated, genomic cancer screening test, a blood test for colorectal cancer, to market. Most recently, Nolan was senior vice president of commercial operations at Foundation Medicine. Overall, he has more than 25 years of experience in strategic management and commercial leadership at companies such as Thermo Fisher Scientific, Life Technologies, Luminex, and Roche Diagnostics.

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