IOM Considers Companion Dx | GenomeWeb

A clearer and more certain regulatory environment will be required for US businesses working on co-developed companion diagnostic tests to be able to tap the potential such tests offer for personalized medicine, according to a new editorial in the Online First publication of the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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