Exact Sciences Discusses Benefits of Taking Cologuard through FDA/CMS Parallel Review Pilot | GenomeWeb

Originally published April 2.

In taking its colorectal cancer DNA screening test through the FDA and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' parallel review pilot program, Exact Sciences has been able to shave off several years from the time it would have taken to garner regulatory approval and secure reimbursement for the diagnostic, according to CEO Kevin Conroy.

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