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Ein Bluttest sagt voraus, ob Krebspatienten auf Therapie ansprechen
Date:5/2/2013

an>, Leiter der Studie und Associate Professor am Karolinska Institutet.

"Wir wollen weitere Anwendungsmöglichkeiten fürDiviTum™betrachten und werden prüfen, ob die Technologie auch anfangs nach Beginn der Therapie genutzt werden kann, um die Wirkung der gewählten Behandlung vorherzusagen undzu überwachen. Im Frühstadium wäre dies ein Hilfsmittel zur Feststellung, ob eine Behandlung geeignet ist. Die Tatsache, dass nur ein Bluttest notwendig ist, ist von Vorteil, da andere Methoden Tumorgewebe erfordern", sagte Thomas Hatschek .

"Wir freuen uns auf eine anhaltende Zusammenarbeit mit dem Karolinska Institutet und darauf, zur einer verbesserten Diagnose und Überwachung von Krebspatienten beizutragen. Es ist sehr positiv, dass die durch DiviTum™  bereitgestellten Informationen ein umfassenderes Bild der Krankheit verschaffen können", sagte Anders Rylander , CEO von Biovica .

Biovica ist ein Bio-Diagnose-Unternehmen, das 2009 gegründet wurde und gemäß ISO 13485 für Qualitätsmanagementsysteme zertifiziert wurde. DiviTum™ hat eine CE-Kennzeichnung und ist bei MPA registriert.
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Thomas Hatschek , Associate Professor am Radiumhemmet, Karolinska University Hospital & Karolinska Institutet, Abteilung für Onkologie-Patholog
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