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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — HeiScreen, a German molecular diagnostics company, is moving ahead with plans to introduce a liquid biopsy-based test for breast cancer detection for clinical use by the end of the year.

The company's assay relies on a set of 15 methylation and microRNA markers to determine whether a woman has breast cancer. HeiScreen is in the process of obtaining CE-IVD marking for the test with the aim of making it available to German clinicians later in 2019.

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