Canadian Investor Grants Warnex Three Months to Repay $500K | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The genetic testing, molecular diagnostics, and lab services company Warnex said today it has been granted a waiver from an investor for the repayment of $500,000 it owes as a quarterly capital investment payment that was due today. 
 

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