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Data from Clinical Studies of bioTheranostics' CancerTYPE ID® and Breast Cancer Index(SM) Molecular Diagnostic Tests Presented at ASCO 2011 Annual Meeting
Date:6/7/2011

single primary site in more than 90 percent of the cases, and provided a more objective and informative diagnosis to physicians.

Finally, in collaboration with a group of international clinicians, bioTheranostics presented data from a study evaluating the utility of a novel P95 assay. The study assessed the assay's ability to identify the truncated form of the Her2 gene in Her2-positive breast cancer patients as a means to predict trastuzumab response.

About bioTheranostics

Advancing Molecular Diagnostics in Oncology

bioTheranostics discovers, develops and commercializes molecular diagnostic tests for cancer patients. Leveraging its unique expertise in expression profiling and algorithm development, bioTheranostics provides innovative tests to the oncology community. The company operates a CLIA-certified, CAP-accredited diagnostic service laboratory in San Diego, CA to perform its proprietary molecular diagnostic tests: Breast Cancer Index(SM), which is a prognostic test that provides quantitative risk assessment of distant recurrence in patients diagnosed with estrogen receptor positive and lymph node negative breast cancer; and the CancerTYPE ID® test, which uses the differential expression of 92 genes to aid in the determination of tumor site of origin. For more information call 1-858-587-5870 or visit www.bioTheranostics.com.

About bioMerieux

Advancing Diagnostics to Improve Public Health

A world leader in the field of in vitro diagnostics for over 45 years, bioMerieux is present in more than 150 countries through 39 subsidiaries and a large network of distributors. In 2010, revenues reached €1.357 billion with 87% of sales outside of France.

bioMerieux provides diagnostic solutions (reagents, instruments, software) which determine the source of disease and contamination to improve patient health and ensure consumer
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