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New Initiatives to Improve Diagnostic Data Access

Executive Summary

A welcome side-effect of the recent pharma trend towards streamlining, outsourcing, and establishing collaborative network strategies is the increasing availability of data and resources that others can draw upon more easily. The phenomenon is encouraging the formation of precompetitive alliances, often diagnostics focused, especially in oncology, where the vast majority of biomarker work has occurred.

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