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Frost & Sullivan Presents 2012 Clinical Diagnostics Company of the Year Award to GenPath Diagnostics of BioReference Laboratories, Inc.
Date:6/26/2012

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the clinical diagnostics market,  Frost & Sullivan recognizes GenPath Diagnostics, a business unit of BioReference Laboratories, Inc. with the 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Company of the Year. As a BioReference specialized cancer laboratory, GenPath is a major factor to the Company's impressive growth trajectory—18 years of 20% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) in revenue.

GenPath provides complete cancer laboratory testing in addition to novel and proprietary tests. With the entire cancer workup conducted in-house, GenPath delivers superior turn-around-time compared to other commercial laboratories. In addition to standard analysis including morphological examination, flow cytometry, and advanced stains, GenPath also offers proprietary cancer diagnostic testing like the OnkoMatch™ solid tumor genotyping test.

OnkoMatch™ is the culmination of state-of-the-art cancer research and provides oncologists actionable information. Patients are matched with open clinical trials based on their tumor profile. "OnkoMatch™ clearly meets an unmet need in lung cancer patients and also benefits other solid tumor cancers, "said Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Winny Tan.

GenPath exclusively licensed the tumor genotyping technology and protocol—upon which OnkoMatch™ is based—from leading cancer research center Massachusetts General Hospital and is the first and only commercial laboratory to offer the test nationally. OnkoMatch™ bridges widely-used single mutation tests with the future of highly complex testing, like whole genome sequencing that is anticipated to reach the clinical markets in the next few years.

Frost & Sullivan independent benchmarking across market participants concludes that the OnkoMatch™ test provides tremendous value by profiling 14 relevant oncogene
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