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Caris Life Sciences erhält erste Akkreditierung als medizinisches Laboratorium nach ISO 15189 im Bereich Tumor-Profiling
Date:12/20/2013

iese Akkreditierung für: Qualifikationen und andauernde Kompetenz des firmeneigenen Laborpersonals, Räumlichkeiten, Gerätschaften, Reagenzien und Verbrauchmaterial des Labors, präanalytische und analytische Faktoren, Qualitätssicherungskriterien sowie postanalytische Faktoren. Die Norm ISO 15189 basiert auf den Normen ISO/IEC 17025 (Allgemeine Anforderungen an die Kompetenz von Prüf- und Kalibrierlaboratorien) und ISO 9001 (Qualitätsmanagementsysteme – Anforderungen) und übernimmt die in der Zertifizierung nach ISO 9001 angesprochenen Qualitätselemente sowie die allgemeinen Anforderungen an Prüflabore.

„Die Akkreditierung nach ISO 15189 ist weiterer Beweis für die Leidenschaft, mit der Caris überragende Leistung und Qualität für die Patienten hervorbringt.  Spitzenleistung bedeutet für uns akkurate Testergebnisse für den Arzt mit dem Patienten stets im Mittelpunkt", sagte David D. Halbert, Chairman und Chief Executive Officer von Caris Life Sciences.  „Für uns ist das wichtig, weil wir uns im Klaren darüber sind, dass die Onkologen und ihre Patienten, die sich auf uns verlassen, lebenswichtige Entscheidungen über die medizinische Behandlung treffen. Dazu brauchen sie absolut akkurate, handlungsrelevante und zuverlässige Daten über den speziellen Tumor eines Patienten."

Informationen zu Caris Molecular Intelligence™

Caris Molecular Intelligence™ hat sich seit 2006 als führender Krebs-Profiling-Service am Markt etabliert. Mehr als 6.000 Onkologen konnten damit für mehr als 50.000 Krebspatienten in mindestens 58 Ländern individualisierte, handlungsrelevante Behandlungspläne für eine bessere Patientenversorgung erstellen.  Bei Caris Molecular Intelligence™ kommt eine breite Palette an Analysetechnologien zu
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