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NEW YORK – GeneproDx, a Santiago, Chile-based startup, is developing a multiplex quantitative PCR assay that it believes will help patients at risk of thyroid cancer avoid unnecessary surgery.

Publishing a pair of validation studies earlier this month on the firm’s ThyroidPrint assay, US and Chilean researchers showed they could successfully predict benign thyroid nodules with a sensitivity of 90 to 91 percent and a specificity of 87 to 89 percent.  

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