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NEW YORK – Based on promising results from two proof-of-concept studies presented at the virtual 2020 American Association for Cancer Research meeting earlier this week, Inivata believes that its RaDaR (Residual Disease and Recurrence) assay could be used to help monitor cancer patient relapse following curative treatment.

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