NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – With a CHF 1 million ($1.1 million) addition to its Series B financing round announced this week, Swiss proteomics firms ProteoMedix plans to begin clinical validation of its four-protein prostate cancer test.

The company will this year start clinical studies for the test in central Europe, the UK, and the US, enrolling a total of 1,500 patients, Co-founder and CEO Ralph Schiess told GenomeWeb. He added that ProteoMedix hopes to begin commercial roll-out of the test in the next two to three years, launching first in Europe and then in the US.

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