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Clinical Genomics Continues Collaborative Research With CSIRO
Date:10/7/2009

orectal Cancer and Gut Health Theme, Dr. Trevor Lockett, says the agreement is an important strategic initiative.

"It provides a strong pathway to achieving both Clinical Genomics' and CSIRO's shared goal of improving the diagnosis and prognosis of bowel cancer and thereby reducing the impact of this debilitating disease on patients in Australia and globally."

         Further Information:
         Dr. Lindsay Collinson,
         Clinical Genomics Pty Ltd
         Ph: +61 2 9888 9065 ext. 206
         E: Lindsay.collinson@clinicalgenomics.com
         Mb: +61 400 995 617

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