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Amarantus scores a small victory in the advance of its Alzheimer's Dx test

Alzheimer's watchers are left for the moment focusing on small victories. Amarantus Bioscience Holdings recently accomplished one, completing enrollment in a planned study of 72 patients to assess the feasibility of LymPro, its Alzheimer's blood diagnostic test.

Belgium's VolitionRx touts positive early results for noninvasive colon cancer Dx

VolitionRx said it will pursue a CE mark application later in 2014 or early 2015, based, in part on initial positive results from a major study involving its noninvasive colorectal cancer diagnostic test panel.

Pittsburgh outfit launches blood Dx to measure pediatric transplant rejection risk

The FDA has signed-off on a new blood test that can help predict whether transplanted livers or intestines will be rejected after being implanted in children.

Gene-sequencing leukemia research could boost Dx and treatment for kids with a rare disease subtype

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and colleagues from around the country used next-generation sequencing in a study that could upend how a high-risk leukemia subtype is diagnosed and treated in children and adolescents.

BG Medicine slashes staff before launching automated version of heart failure test

BG Medicine is laying off more than half of its workforce as it gears up for the commercial launch of automated versions of its test for chronic heart failure.


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