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Institut Paoli Calmettes and Ipsogen Presented a New Study Supporting the Pivotal Role of Tumor Grade in Chemotherapy Prescription at the 32nd Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Date:12/21/2009

Ipsogen develops and markets molecular diagnostic tests designed to map diseases in order to guide patients and oncologists' decisions along their complex therapeutic path. With more than 70 references already used routinely worldwide for the diagnosis, prognosis and follow-up of thousands of patients with leukemia, Ipsogen is now also targeting breast cancer. As for leukemia, Ipsogen's goal is to provide diagnostic information that was not available until now. Ipsogen is also a partner of choice for biopharmaceutical companies committed to the development of 'companion diagnostic' tests.

Strengthened by its first-rate scientific, clinical and technological partnerships, in addition to its highly skilled multidisciplinary team in France and the USA, Ipsogen is striving to become the leader in molecular profiling of cancers. It continues its efforts to identify develop and commercialize diagnostic tests that will become standard references and will have a significant impact on patients, medical professionals and society. Ipsogen employed 70 people as of June 30, 2009. Its headquarters are located in Marseille, France. The company also has a subsidiary, Ipsogen Inc., in New Haven, CT, USA.

For more information, visit: www.ipsogen.com

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