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Variant reporting: Generate oncologist-ready clinical reports from comprehensive cancer panels in a fraction of the time

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June 02, 2021
Ruth Burton, Ph.D., Clinical Application Specialist, QIAGEN Digital Insights explains
•Variant prioritization and classification with filtering and accurate alignment with guidelines
•How a clinical decision support platform can simplify, speed up and standardize workflows for any lab regardless of size or throughput
•Generate a report that includes oncologist reviewed gene and variant level interpretive comments

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