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NEW YORK – Exact Sciences announced on Thursday that in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is suspending field-based, face-to-face interactions by its sales force, and it is allowing the majority of its workforce to work from home.

Effective March 13, Exact said it reduced staff in company offices only to those who perform patient-critical work, and the sales team will serve healthcare providers by phone or online until it's safe for them to return to the field.

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