NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Provista Life Sciences said today that International Health Technology will offer its early-stage breast cancer detection test in the United Kingdom and in Ireland.
 
Under the license agreement, IHT will offer the blood-based Biomarker Translation Test in its BreastHealth UK clinic this summer. The company said it plans to expand the availability of the test to other European Union countries sometime later, but did not provide further details on its timeline.
 

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