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NEW YORK – Exact Sciences and the Mayo Clinic announced today that they have initiated a study to analyze the real-world impact of the company's Cologuard colorectal cancer diagnostic test on colorectal cancer screening, incidence, and mortality rates.

The Voyage study is a prospective, observational study designed to enroll more than 150,000 people with a valid Cologuard order. The researchers will follow participants for at least seven years to evaluate clinical outcomes, Exact said.

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