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NEW YORK – Syapse, a maker of software to support precision oncology care, said today that it has extended its partnership with Seoul National University Hospital through a new, multiyear agreement. Length of the deal and financial terms were not disclosed.

San Francisco-based Syapse and the hospital said that they will "work toward building South Korea's first real-world data sharing network" for precision oncology. The partners envision that the network will serve other Asian countries as well. 

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