NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Credit Suisse today upgraded Myriad Genetics' stock and raised the price target on its shares, while it downgraded Genomic Health and lowered the price target on that firm's shares.

In a research note, analyst Vamil Divan upgraded Myriad to a Neutral rating from a previous Underperform rating and increased its share price target to $29 from $18. He downgraded Genomic Health to Neutral from Outperform and reduced the price target on its shares to $28 from $36.

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