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NEW YORK – A group led by researchers at Johns Hopkins University has launched a startup called RecurX Bio to commercialize a microfluidic device, originally built to predict the risk of breast cancer metastasis, and develop a variety of assays for breast cancer and glioblastoma (GBM)-based diagnostic, prognostic, and treatment response applications.

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