Genomic Health Reports 7-Fold Revenue Jump in Q2, Increases Full-Year Test Volume, Revenue Estimate | GenomeWeb
Genomic Health this week reported a seven-fold leap in second-quarter revenues, while its net loss fell by 40 percent.
The company also updated its full-year revenue guidance to between $24 million and $26 million, from previous expectations of $14 million to $18 million. Net losses are expected to fall between $31 million and $35 million for the year, compared to $37 million to $43 million in previous estimates.

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