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Why exact science made the $2.8 Billion deal for genomic

By Bloomberg
31 July 2019   |   11:11 am
Kevin Conroy, Exact Sciences Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, discusses the company's $2.8 billion purchase of Genomic Health.

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