MDx/CDx Focus: Myriad's PROCEDE 500 Prolaris Study Data; EntroGen Updates NRAS, KRAS Tests | GenomeWeb

Myriad Releases Interim PROCEDE 500 Clinical Utility Trial Data for Prolaris

Myriad Genetics presented interim results from the PROCEDE 500 clinical utility study for its Prolaris test at a medical conference this week showing that the prognostic prostate cancer diagnostic influenced the type of treatment strategy doctors pursued for the majority of their patients.

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