Bostwick to Market Metabolon's Prostate Cancer Risk Stratification Test | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Metabolon and Bostwick Laboratories today announced an exclusive marketing agreement covering Metabolon's Prostarix test for stratifying prostate cancer risk.

Under the agreement, Bostwick — a full-service laboratory specializing in uropathology, particularly the diagnosis of urological cancers — will market Prostarix for the initial determination of which men may be candidates for prostate biopsy, as well as the determination of which men who have had prior negative biopsies may need repeat biopsies.

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