Genomic Health Preps for December Launch of DCIS Test as Q3 Revenues Rise 12 Percent | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

Genomic Health is planning to launch its Oncotype DX test for ductal carcinoma in situ in December, following the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, where it will present the results of its validation study for the test, company officials said this week.

The company also plans to launch before the end of the year an immunohistochemistry test for mismatch repair protein status that will complement its Oncotype DX colon cancer test.

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