NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Power3 Medical Products said yesterday it has hired Bahrain-based Financial Advisory House to market and distribute a proteomics-based breast cancer test in 12 countries in the Middle East.
 
Under the agreement, FAH’s Medical Equipment Suppliers division will market and distribute Power3’s BC-SeraPro breast cancer diagnostic in Bahrain; Egypt; Iraq; Jordan; Kuwait; Lebanon; Saudi Arabia; Oman; Qatar; Syria; the United Arab Emirates; and Yemen.
 

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