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Personal Genome Diagnostics and MolecularMD Collaborate to Provide Advanced Genomic Testing Services to Cancer Drug Developers
Date:10/25/2013

tics for specific cancer biomarkers. This collaboration will now enable the two companies to provide a complete spectrum of genomic services to drug developers," said Antony Newton, Chief Commercial Officer of PGDx. "We share a mission of applying advances in cancer genomics to accelerate new drug development and achieve improved patient outcomes, and we expect this agreement to benefit our customers and ultimately, cancer patients."

"PGDx has unique capabilities that supplement the growing menu of advanced genomic services MolecularMD provides to oncology drug developers," noted Glenn A. Miller, PhD, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of MolecularMD. "The combination of our distinctive sets of expertise and common commitment to translating progress in cancer genomics into high quality tools for drug developers and clinicians should make this a valuable collaboration."

The scientific founders of PGDx, Luis Diaz, MD, and Victor Velculescu, MD, PhD, are internationally recognized leaders in cancer genomics at Johns Hopkins University and have extensive experience in the practical application of advanced genomic technologies to drug development and clinical practice. 

About Personal Genome Diagnostics
Personal Genome Diagnostics (PGDx) provides advanced genome-mapping services and analyses to oncology researchers, clinicians and patients. The company was founded in 2010 by international leaders in cancer genetics at Johns Hopkins University. PGDx conducts patient-specific analyses aimed at identifying the unique genomic alterations in tumors and linking them to the underlying biology. PGDx employs cancer exome analysis, which enables comprehensive and reliable genome-wide identification of cancer-related mutations. The company's proprietary methods for genome sequencing and analysis are complemented by its deep expertise in cancer ge
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