NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Provista Diagnostics presented two studies at last week's San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium as it continues development efforts for its Videssa Breast proteomic breast cancer test.

The company is also participating in the US government's Cancer Moonshot program, working within the program's Blood Profiling Atlas Project to analyze sources of pre-analytical variation in its test and those of other companies, Judy Wolf, Provista's chief medical officer, told GenomeWeb.

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