Exact Sciences Gets $1M Loan; Will Move to Wisconsin | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Exact Sciences has received a $1 million loan from the State of Wisconsin's Department of Commerce to relocate its headquarters and operations from Marlboro, Mass., to Madison, Wis.

The loan and relocation was announced this morning by Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle. The molecular diagnostics firm will use the funds to purchase equipment and support other relocation costs.

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