NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Myriad Genetics GmbH and Sividon Diagnostics today announced a deal granting Myriad the exclusive rights to co-market Sividon's EndoPredict prognostic test kit for breast cancer patients outside the US.

The deal leverages Myriad's 45-person international commercial team and will "significantly increase" the number of medical specialists and sales professionals supporting EndoPredict, according to the companies.

Myriad Genetics GmbH is the international subsidiary of Myriad Genetics and is based in Zurich.

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