NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers from GenomeDx Biosciences and elsewhere have published data showing that the company's 22-gene Decipher test can distinguish between prostate cancer patients at high and low risk for metastasis after surgery, and  mayfurther predict which patients would benefit from adjuvant radiation therapy or would do well with salvage treatment.

Separately, GenomeDx told GenomeWeb that it is planning to submit Decipher for regulatory approval with the US Food and Drug Administration, but did not elaborate on those plans.

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