NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Despite setbacks in recent years, diagnostics firm Epigenomics continues to push for clinical adoption and reimbursement of its colorectal cancer screening test Epi proColon, hoping to cement its position in the blood-based detection market at a time when a number of new companies have begun to stake claims but few have yet proved their technologies in the clinic.

Among recent milestones, the firm has launched a kit version of the epigenomic test technology behind Epi proColon, announcing the product last month.

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