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Guardant Will Collaborate With Janssen On Lung Cancer Companion Diagnostic

Executive Summary

The companies expect the Guardant360 CDx liquid-biopsy test to identify patients who will benefit from amivantamab, Janssen’s investigational drug for non-small cell lung cancer.

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