Hologic's Zika Tests Further Firm's Reach in Women's Health, Blood Screening Markets | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – With two Zika tests receiving different types of authorizations in four days, Hologic plans to build on its established channels in women's health and the blood screening markets to distribute them.

Hologic's Zika test for patients who meet certain criteria was granted Emergency Use Authorization by the US Food and Drug Administration late last week, while a blood screening assay for the virus was approved for use under an Investigational New Drug study protocol yesterday.

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