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March 3, 2014
07:19 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics publishes clinical study for Prolaris
Myriad Genetics announced that it has published data from the PROCEDE 500 study in the journal Current Medical Research and Opinion, demonstrating that 65% of physicians changed their original treatment plans for men with prostate cancer based on results from the Prolaris test. Prolaris is a 46-gene molecular diagnostic test that has been evaluated in 11 clinical studies with more than 5,000 patients.
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November 20, 2014
07:51 EDTMYGNTESARO, Myriad Genetics announce companion diagnostics collaboration
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November 19, 2014
07:08 EDTMYGNCrescendo data shows Vectra DA is better predictor of joint damage in RA
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November 14, 2014
07:14 EDTMYGNAmerican College of Rheumatology is holding a meeting
2014 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting is being held in Boston on November 14-19.
November 10, 2014
10:04 EDTMYGNOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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06:18 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics initiated with an Underweight at Morgan Stanley
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November 7, 2014
07:23 EDTMYGNMyriad myPath Melanoma study shows 43% reduction in indeterminate diagnoses
Myriad Genetics presented results from a prospective clinical utility study of its Myriad myPath Melanoma test at the 2014 American Society of Dermatopathology, or ASDP, annual meeting in Chicago, IL. Myriad myPath Melanoma is a genetic test that differentiates malignant melanoma from benign skin lesions across all major melanoma subtypes. Key findings of this clinical utility study included a 43% reduction in indeterminate diagnoses and a 49% change in physicians' treatment recommendations for patients. The study evaluated the impact of the Myriad myPath Melanoma diagnostic test on dermatopathologists' diagnoses and intended treatment recommendations for 218 patients with pigmented skin lesions that were considered difficult to diagnose. The dermatopathologists recorded their diagnoses and treatment plans before and after receiving the myPath Melanoma test results.

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