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Genomic Health has made profit by selling state-of-the-art molecular diagnostics, but now it's time for some new technology to keep the company's growth momentum and revenue stream going, says Xconomy's Luke Timmerman. The company is investing in new diagnostic tests that look for patterns in more genes than today's molecular diagnostics can, Timmerman says.

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