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World CDx Franfurt

23 Apr 2014 - 24 Apr 2014 - Frankfurt, Germany



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World CDx: Where The Universes Of Drugs And Diagnostics Collide

Personalised medicine. Arguably one of the most overused buzz phrases in the pharmaceutical industry. But with World CDx Frankfurt entering its 5th year and with biopharma, diagnostic companies and the ever growing plethora of genomic technology providers investing heavily in the space, precision medicine is becoming an ever closer reality.




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