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Warnex Medical Laboratories and Epigenomics announced this week that they are launching in Canada Warnex's Septin9 blood testing service for colorectal cancer.

Warnex's Septin9 test for the early detection of colorectal cancer is based on Epigenomics' biomarker Septin9 and its proprietary DNA methylation technologies. Warnex gained non-exclusive rights from Epigenomics for the Septin9 test in May, and will be the first laboratory to offer such testing in Canada.

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