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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – After acquiring startup ProstaGene in August, molecular diagnostics firm CytoDyn will commercialize ProstaGene's prognostic prostate cancer assay as part of the firm's push into the cancer diagnostic market.

Vancouver, Washington-based CytoDyn believes the prognostic tool — which determines if the tumor will grow slowly or aggressively — will help stratify patients' risk for their prostate cancer outcome and help streamline clinical decisions for downstream surgery, radiation therapies, or therapeutics.

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