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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Cancer Research UK said today that it is funding a project that may enable general practitioners to conduct new and improved cancer diagnostic tests, and reduce the need to send referring tests to outside laboratories.

Project funding, to the tune of £5 million ($6.3 million), will support investigating ways of bringing new and improved cancer diagnostic tests to GP practices, Cancer Research UK said.

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