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The firm will consolidate its businesses in newly-built headquarters in Fort Myers, Florida, which it plans to occupy around September.

Backed by large public companies and growing prospective data, the first molecular blood tests to screen for multiple cancers are approaching commercialization.

The company believes its tests can already help oncologists better assess post-surgery risk, though prospective validation would be necessary for broad claims.

Increased incidental detection of clonal hematopoiesis and new considerations for mutations in myelodysplastic precursors herald improved precision medicine strategies.

Recently presented data confirm prior findings that Agendia's MammaPrint may help doctors decide whether to limit tamoxifen treatment in certain patients.

The program is in its third year monitoring individuals with these mutations to try to detect disease early, understand their risk, and develop preventive treatments.

The company's approach combines whole-genome sequencing, CRISPR, liquid biopsy, and gene therapy to target cancer cells with gene fusions.

The company is using newly raised funds to support a disseminated trial model, which it said will help it keep its plans to finish the study by the end of 2021.

The recently renamed company will use the project to develop a new version of its next-generation sequencing assay for cancer mutational analysis.

In one study, the UK-based firm found that its RaDaR assay detected circulating tumor DNA in lung cancer patients up to a year before standard clinical progression occurred in most of the cases. 

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