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Agendia last month launched BluePrint, an 80-gene signature breast cancer diagnostic that identifies the basal-like, luminal-like, and HER2 molecular subtypes in breast cancer tumors.

“Using BluePrint, we will research potentially different responses of therapies to biologically different subgroups together with our customers," Agendia Chief Medical Officer Richard Bender said in a statement. "In the future, we envision the clinical utility of a combination of BluePrint with MammaPrint’s original 70-gene panel."

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