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May 13, 2005
REDWOOD CITY, CA - May 13, 2005 - Genomic Health, Inc. today announced that The American Journal of Managed Care published the results of a comprehensive economic analysis demonstrating that the breast cancer assay, Oncotype DX, which measures gene expression for a 21-gene panel from individual tumor specimens, may improve survival for some pa...
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Dec 10, 2004
A new test can predict both the risk of breast cancer recurrence and may identify women who will benefit most from chemotherapy, according to research supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, and performed in collaboration with the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP) a...
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Dec 10, 2004
NSABP and Genomic Health Announce Positive Study Results Demonstrating Oncotype DX Genomic Breast Cancer Assay Predicts Chemotherapy Response ...
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Dec 9, 2004
SAN ANTONIO - Kaiser Permanente researchers are presenting results of a large epidemiologic study of a unique breast cancer test at the 27th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. The KP study shows the test can identify patients with early stage disease who are at low risk of breast cancer death at 10 years. Researchers at Kais...
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Jun 5, 2004
NEW ORLEANS - June 5, 2004 - Genomic Health, Inc. and Istituto Nazionale Tumori, a leading cancer research institute located in Milan, Italy, today announced preliminary results of a clinical trial in which the patterns of expression of a substantial number of genes were clinically correlated to a pathologic complete response to chemotherapy. The s...
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Dec 4, 2003
The NSABP and Genomic Health Announce Positive Results from Large-Scale, Prospective Validation Study to Quantify Breast Cancer Recurrence in Newly Diagnosed Patients ...
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Jun 2, 2003
Collaborator Press Release: Early Studies With Molecular Test Show That Specific Gene Patterns Are Linked To Response To Treatment With Potent EGFR Drug In Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer ...
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Jun 2, 2003
CHICAGO June 2, 2003 — Genomic Health, Inc. today announced encouraging preliminary data in clinical trials using a novel approach to molecular pathology. RNA analysis of thin sections of standard tumor biopsies were used to evaluate panels of genes that may predict breast cancer recurrence and response to chemotherapy as well as response...
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May 31, 2003
CHICAGO May 31, 2003 — Most breast cancer patients with more than 10 nodes that are affected by the cancer have a poor prognosis, yet some survive long-term. Physicians now believe that certain genes in the breast cancer tissue, removed at diagnosis, can help them predict which patients will survive. With this information...
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