Industry Observers Question Myriad's Competitive Advantage as It Looks to Launch NGS Cancer Panel | GenomeWeb

This month, Myriad announced that it plans to launch a hereditary cancer panel based on next-generation sequencing by the end of the year and that it would phase out its Sanger-based BRACAnalysis test by 2015, causing some experts to speculate how Myriad's entry into next-gen sequencing-based diagnostics could impact the burgeoning cancer panel market.

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