Demand Emboldens Agendia to Add US Labs, Seek FDA OK for Post-Menopausal Women | GenomeWeb
Dutch diagnostics shop Agendia announced last week that it hopes to sell more of its MammaPrint breast cancer diagnostic test in the US by enlisting the help of two American reference centers and streamlining the procedure for shipping samples to its testing facility in Amsterdam.
 
Separately, this week the firm said it plans to ask the FDA to expand its clearance of MammaPrint for use in women older than 60 years.

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