Exact Sciences Gets CLIA Certification for Lab, Signs on Quintiles for Cologuard Sales Help | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Exact Sciences has finished the construction of its internal laboratory and received CLIA certification for it in the fourth quarter, the company said on its fourth quarter earnings conference call on Thursday.

The firm also is in the process of securing licenses to offer its tests in those states that require separate licensure, Exact Sciences COO Maneesh Arora said on the call.

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