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NEW YORK – Molecular diagnostic startup Summit Biolabs said on Wednesday that it has partnered with the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine (CCPM) to develop and commercialize saliva-based liquid biopsy tests for head and neck cancer, COVID-19, and other viral diseases.

As part of the agreement, Aurora, Colorado-based Summit Biolabs will integrate CCPM's research biobank, which contains clinical data from more than 8.7 million deidentified patient records, with personalized genomic information to develop the assays.

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