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Epigenomics Regains Rights for Tamoxifen Treatment Response Test from Roche

NEW YORK, Jan. 30 (GenomeWeb News) - Epigenomics said today that its has regained the full rights to a tamoxifen treatment response test from Roche Diagnostics.


Epigenomics, which is focused on developing tests based on DNA methylation, said that it will now handle the full development of the test itself.


The tissue-based test is designed to predict the probability of disease recurrence in breast cancer patients, and was part of a multi-product collaboration with Roche Diagnostics, Epigenomics said.


The companies are still collaborating on the development of three screening products for colon, prostate and breast cancers.

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