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The remarkable advances in precision medicine are unfortunately not currently available to all patients, especially those being treated in community cancer settings. This growing “gap” is now challenging the health system to provide cost-effective, scalable, innovative solutions for underserved patients. Protean BioDiagnostics was founded to close this gap and accelerate access to precision oncology for all patients, regardless of where they live. To this end, Protean has created an adaptable and innovative framework for rapidly deploying the latest companion diagnostics.

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