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NeoGenomics Liquid Biopsy Assays

NeoGenomics announced the launch of three new liquid biopsy products for advanced non-small cell lung cancer, all solid tumor types, and breast cancer.

The InVisionFirst-Lung liquid biopsy assay tests 37 genes related to the care of advanced NSCLC and covers all National Comprehensive Cancer Network guideline-recommended genomic drivers with targeted therapies for NSCLC. NeoGenomics partnered with Inivata to commercialize the test. 

The NeoLab Solid Tumor Liquid Biopsy is a next-generation sequencing test for genomic profiling of solid tumors. The test is part of the NeoLab suite of assays providing biomarker evaluation for patients with hematologic diseases who can't have a bone marrow biopsy and whose peripheral blood counts are low. 

The Qiagen Therascreen PIK3CA RGQ PCR kit is a companion diagnostic approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use with alpelisib (Novartis' Piqray) that detects 11 clinically actionable mutations in the PIK3CA gene. NeoGenomics will launch the test in situations where PIK3CA testing can't be performed using tumor tissue due to insufficient samples, low quantities of tumor cells, or tissue sample decalcification. 

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