Pinpoint Genomics Ready to Start Reimbursement Discussion for Lung Cancer Assay | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Following publication of positive validation studies in The Lancet showing that its gene-expression assay can assess whether early-stage lung cancer patients are at high risk of death during a five-year window after surgery, test developer Pinpoint Genomics believes it is in good standing to start reimbursement discussions with payors.

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