NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Wells Fargo today upgraded shares of Myriad Genetics, saying its hereditary cancer testing business has stabilized after a period of market share loss. 

In a research note, analyst Tim Evans upgraded Myriad to an Outperform rating from a prior Market Perform rating and raised the price range on the firm's stock to between $36 and $38 from a previous range of $33 to $34. 

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