DiagnoCure Posts Sharp Q3 Revenue Increase; Warns It May Not Receive Payment for Services Rendered | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DiagnoCure's fiscal third-quarter revenues increased 143 percent year over year, the Quebec City-based cancer diagnostic firm reported after the close of the market on Thursday.

For the three months ended July 31, revenues totaled C$709,754 (US$722,057), compared to C$292,073 a year ago. Revenues from royalty payments slipped to C$142,102 from C$168,273 a year ago as revenues from Gen-Probe, now part of Hologic, decreased to C$136,843 from C$155,024 a year ago as austerity measures in Europe resulted in softness the region, DiagnoCure said.

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