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Reliance Life in pact with Thyrocare

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MUMBAI, Jan. 29

RELIANCE Life Sciences has tied up with the Thane-based thyroid-testing laboratory Thyrocare Technologies Ltd to offer DNA-based genetic testing services.

According to a press release, Thyrocare will procure blood samples from its network of 340 franchisees and provide air-cargo logistics. In turn, Reliance Life Sciences will provide testing services and will make the reports available through an integrated Web-based reporting system.

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