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Genomic Health Announces Management Changes and New Responsibilities
Date:1/8/2009

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Genomic Health, Inc. (Nasdaq: GHDX) today announced the appointment of Kimberly J. Popovits as chief executive officer. Formerly president and chief operating officer, Popovits is now the president and CEO of Genomic Health. In addition, G. Bradley Cole has been appointed as chief operating officer and will continue to serve as the company's chief financial officer, reporting to Popovits.

"Kim's appointment as CEO reflects her unique experience and passion to lead all aspects of our business, as I turn my focus to the longer-term strategy and vision of the organization. This transition marks an important milestone for the company, reflecting our leadership and success in delivering personalized medicine to patients," said Randy Scott, chairman of Genomic Health. "Brad's increasing responsibility as COO recognizes his contribution to the operations of the company and further strengthens our ability to deliver our services to physicians and patients around the world. I look forward to working with Kim, Brad and our entire management team as we continue our efforts to expand worldwide commercialization of the Oncotype DX breast cancer assay, advance our research and development pipeline, and move the organization toward profitability."

In addition to Scott, Popovits and Cole, members of the Genomic Health management team include Steve Shak, chief medical officer; Joffre Baker, chief scientific officer; David Logan, senior vice president of worldwide commercialization; Tricia Tomlinson, senior vice president of human resources; and Laura Leber, vice president of corporate communications.

Prior to her appointment as president and CEO, Popovits served as president and COO since joining Genomic Health in February 2002, and as a director since Mar
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