UCL-AD, Sarah Cannon to Launch Cancer Panel on PGM to Select Therapy, Stratify Patients for Trials | GenomeWeb

UCL-Advanced Diagnostics, diagnostic service provider of the University College London Cancer Institute, has opened a new molecular profiling laboratory that will offer a sequencing-based multi-gene test for cancer patients in the UK and elsewhere.

The London-based laboratory, set up by UCL-AD in partnership with the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, a US-based clinical trials organization, recently opened its doors and will start providing the new test to patients in about a month.

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