NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Pacific Edge today announced it has received CLIA certification for its Dunedin, New Zealand lab.

The New Zealand-based cancer diagnostics firm offers the Cxbladder Triage laboratory developed test to stratify patients who present with haematuria and who have a low probability of having urothelial carcinoma.

"This is an important step for the commercial application of Cxbladder Triage," Pacific Edge CEO David Darling said in a statement.

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