Oncimmune Set For Bigger US Push Of Early-Stage Lung Cancer Test
Oncimmune Ltd. is seeking new distribution partners in the US as it expands commercialization of its a one-of-a-kind immunoassay for early-stage lung cancer that can detect circulating antibodies in the blood of patients with lung cancer up to four years before standard imaging tests. Positive interim data from a UK randomized clinical trial is expected to help fuel uptake of the test.
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