Agendia's MammaPrint Available from Two US Centers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Agendia has begun the US roll-out of its MammaPrint breast cancer test, which is aimed at helping physicians predict the likelihood of cancer metastasis, through agreements with two university reference centers.
Agendia COO Jan Groen said in a statement that the first US centers offering the test are the University of California at San Francisco’s Medical Center at Mount Zion and the Baylor College of Medicine’s Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center.

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