Patents, Regulation, Reimbursement: Myriad Reflects on Impact of Key Events on Future Business | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Reporting year-over-year growth in the first quarter, Myriad Genetics officials took time this week to discuss three key material events likely to impact the company's future business: a lawsuit pending in federal appeals court regarding seven of its BRCA patents; the regulation of laboratory-developed tests by the US Food and Drug Administration; and new CPT codes being developed by the American Medical Association.

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