NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – DermTech announced today that it has been accredited by the New York State Department of Health to provide laboratory services in the state.

As a result, DermTech can provide such services in all 50 states in the US and the District of Columbia. The company operates a CLIA-certified laboratory at its La Jolla, California-based headquarter.

"Receiving this accreditation is a critical achievement, enabling us to provide molecular pathology services to dermatologists and dermapathologists across the country," DermTech CEO John Dobak said in a statement.

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