NanoString Publication Suggests Prosigna Can Assess Late Distant Breast Cancer Recurrence | GenomeWeb

NanoString Technologies this week announced the publication of a study in Clinical Cancer Research showing that the PAM50 assay, on which its Prosigna breast cancer prognostic operates, accurately determined the risk of late distant recurrence – or recurrence between 5 and 15 years after diagnosis -- in postmenopausal women with estrogen receptor-positive, early-stage breast cancer, regardless of nodal status.

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