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Exosome Diagnostics and DxS Diagnostic Innovations Collaborate to Develop Blood-Based Tests for Key Cancer Mutations
Date:6/22/2009

d medicine," said Dr. Stephen Little, Chief Executive Officer of DxS.

About DxS

DxS is a personalised medicine company providing molecular diagnostics to aid doctors and drug companies in selecting therapies for patients. DxS offers products, technology and services to the healthcare industry to enable the delivery of safe and effective medicines. Working predominantly in the field of cancer, DxS has a range of companion diagnostic and research kits that detect mutations in oncogenes. For more information, visit www.dxsdiagnostics.com.

About Exosome Diagnostics

Exosome Diagnostics is a developer of proprietary non-invasive, molecular diagnostic tests. The company's core technology is based on discoveries by Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital researchers that circulating nanovesicles in blood and urine called exosomes contain unique genetic markers that can be reliably harvested for personalized medicine cancer diagnostics. For more information, visit www.exosomedx.com.


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