Decode Genetics' BreastCancer

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Decode Genetics announced the launch of its BreastCancer test last week in the US and the UK.
 
Cambridge, UK-based Lab21 will be marketing Decode BreastCancer, an assay used to predict a woman’s lifetime risk of developing breast cancer, in the UK and in Ireland. Meanwhile, Decode is also offering the test in the US, for $1,625 dollars as a homebrew test. Analysis of samples will be conducted at Decode’s CLIA-registered laboratory in Iceland.
 

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