HealthLinx Releases Initial Results from First Stage of 1,150-Subject OvPlex Study | GenomeWeb

Australian diagnostics firm HealthLinx this week released results from the first stage of an ongoing 1,150-subject study investigating the performance of OvPlex, its protein biomarker-based ovarian cancer diagnostic.

According to an initial analysis of the first-stage data performed by Emphron Informatics, the OvPlex test was able to distinguish between stage I and II epithelial ovarian cancer patients and controls with 92 percent accuracy, compared to 80 percent accuracy for CA125, currently the standard protein biomarker diagnostic for ovarian cancer.

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