Ciphergen Gets Ready to Bring Its Ovarian Cancer IVD to US, Europe | GenomeWeb
Ciphergen Biosystems continued forging ahead as a specialty diagnostic firm with a series of announcements during the past week. Earlier this week, it announced it had hired the Emergo Group to help its ovarian cancer test win regulatory approval in Europe as an in vitro diagnostic.
 
The company said it hopes to begin selling the test in at least one European country in 2007.
 

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