Vermillion this week showed preliminary data from its work with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to identify protein biomarkers that could improve the accuracy of its OVA1 test for ovarian cancer.

According to the company, the study, which was presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer of the Society of Gynecological Oncologists, examined more than 20 candidate biomarkers, identifying three that added information to CA125, the protein biomarker conventionally used in ovarian cancer diagnosis.

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