Ventana's Growing Companion Dx Focus Mirrors Parent Roche's Investment in Personalized Rx | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Ventana Medical Systems has been in a deal-making frenzy around companion diagnostics development.

In January alone, the instruments and reagents firm announced it was working with Aeterna Zentaris, Syndax Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer, and Bayer to develop tests that may be used to personalize a number of cancer treatments.

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