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"IPGDx, LLC Announces The Continued Validation Of Its Patented Technology For The Assessment Of Prognosis; PrognostiCheck" Getting the New Information to Patients and Do
Date:5/4/2010

PrognostiCheck the point-of-care prognostic testing system for individual patients announces new publications in major disease conditions validating its use. Uptake in medical practice in Europe and SOuth America greatest, when will US catch-up?

Michigan (Vocus) May 4, 2010 -- PrognostiCheck®, the noninvasive assessment of the presence, severity and progression of any disease the effectiveness of any treatment and the timing of non-acute death in any patient has had five new peer-reviewed professional publications in various disease states (pancreatic cancer, tongue cancer, cervical cancer, heart failure, hospitalized patients, kidney disease/dialysis) published over the last five months.

IPGDx, LLC, a Michigan based technology development company has announced the continued validation of its patented technology for the assessment of prognosis; http://www.ipgdx.com (PrognostiCheck®). “New publications are appearing each month now, according to Michaeal G. Singer, Senior Managing Member of the Company. While the body of evidence grows Singer says that it seems physicians are surprised when they learn that accurate, individualized prognosis in any disease is now available. With about 200 publications in all major disease states the Company expects a tipping point to be reached soon, says Singer.”

The technology is reported in the publications to measure cell membranes electrically, without any mathematical or statistical manipulations. The direct measurement of each patient is used to improve treatment when possible identifying those patients that require more aggressive treatment. When treatments don’t work the results are used to support better end-of-life care decisions to insure comfort and maximize the quality of their remaining life.

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