Japan Cancer Center Looks To Leverage Expertise As It Builds Pharma Ties
Tissue Samples A Key Resource
Japan's largest cancer center is looking to build on its tissue sample and genomic resources to further build its reputation as a partner facility for the pharma industry's oncology trials.
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