Clinical Cancer Genomics Gives Bioinformatics Businesses A Boost
This article was originally published in Start Up
New products are combining genomic information with drug and clinical data to help oncologists make better treatment decisions. Buoyed largely by demand in oncology, is the time ripe to build lasting companies on bioinformatics platforms?
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