HealthLinx's OvPlex Test Posts Weak Sales Numbers Despite Year of Big Distribution Gains | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

Australian diagnostics firm HealthLinx said this week that it has signed a deal with Seoul Clinical Laboratories for commercial distribution of its OvPlex ovarian cancer diagnostic in South Korea.

With the agreement, HealthLinx now has distribution deals for the protein biomarker-based test in the UK, Australia, Singapore, Israel, and South Korea, with sales of OvPlex currently ongoing in the UK, Australia, and Singapore after launches in those countries earlier this year.

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