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Three Clinical Studies of bioTheranostics Molecular Breast Cancer Diagnostics Presented at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Date:12/14/2008

s and provides valuable information to physicians treating patients, particularly the most common group of ER- positive, node-negative patients," said Richard Ding, chief executive officer of bioTheranostics. "As suggested by one of the studies presented this week, our test offers additional risk assessment over the leading competitor by providing a more informative picture of the intermediate risk group. We look forward to further expanding and validating this test with both additional research and real-world clinical experience."

About bioTheranostics

Advancing Molecular Diagnostics in Oncology

bioTheranostics discovers, develops and commercializes molecular diagnostic tests for cancer patients. Leveraging its unique expertise in cancer molecular profiling and proprietary algorithms, bioTheranostics provides innovative tests to the oncology community that drive personalized treatment. The company operates a CLIA-certified, CAP-accredited diagnostic service laboratory in San Diego, CA to perform its proprietary molecular diagnostic tests: the Theros Breast Cancer Index(SM), a combination of Theros H/I(SM) (HOXB13:IL17BR) and Theros MGI(SM) (Molecular Grade Index) that refines and improves risk stratification in patients with estrogen receptor (ER)-positive, lymph-node negative breast cancer; and the Theros CancerTYPE ID(R) cancer classification assay, which provides improved cancer classification, particularly for patients diagnosed with metastatic cancer where the origin is uncertain or unknown. For more information call 1-858-587-5870 or visit http://www.bioTheranostics.com.

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     David Dai
     Tel:  1 858 587 5894
     david.dai@biotheranostics.com

     Michele Parisi
     Tel: 1 925 864 5028
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