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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Integrated Diagnostics is preparing to launch its second-generation Xpresys Lung test, a blood test to help assess whether lung nodules are likely benign or cancerous, in the second half of next year.

With Medicare coverage for the test in place, the company is hoping it will surpass the limited commercial success of its initial Xpresys Lung offering.

Indi is also submitting for publication results from its Panoptic study, a 33-center prospective trial of the test that CEO Albert Luderer said will support the company's commercialization efforts.

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