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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Foundation Medicine said today that it has won a nationwide contract from the US Department of Veterans Affairs National Precision Oncology Program to provide comprehensive genomic profiling for eligible veterans with advanced cancer.

The estimated contract award is $111.5 million over an anticipated period of five years, according to the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company.

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