Epic Sciences Joins Forces with Canadian Consortium of Investigators to Predict Late Recurrence of Metastatic Breast Cancer
Epic Sciences is collaborating with four major breast cancer centers on a clinical trial to determine if Epic’s blood test can be used to predict which women, who have already been treated for localized breast cancer, are at risk of late recurrence of metastatic breast cancer.
Medicare Establishes Final Local Coverage Determination (LCD) for Use of the Oncotype DX® AR-V7 Nucleus Detect™ Test in Patients with Metastatic Castrate Resistant Prostate Cancer, Effective December 10
Medicare coverage supports clinical utility of the Oncotype DX AR-V7 Nucleus Detect test, providing 25,000 Medicare patients with coverage.
Epic Sciences Announces Publication Showing Blood Test Could Help Select Metastatic Prostate Cancer Patients Who Respond to PSMA-Targeted Therapies
Epic Sciences, in partnership with Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK), have demonstrated that a liquid biopsy blood test may be used in clinical trials to find patients who are likely to benefit from PSMA-targeted therapies, before treatment is initiated.
Epic Sciences Announces Completion of $52 Million Series E Financing
Epic Sciences (Epic) announced today that the company has completed a $52 million Series E financing led by Blue Ox Healthcare Partners, with participation by Deerfield Management and Varian (NYSE: VAR).
Epic Sciences Appoints Katherine Atkinson as Chief Commercial Officer
Epic Sciences (Epic), the maker of the world’s first predictive test of drug response in prostate cancer, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the appointment of Katherine Atkinson as chief commercial officer.
Blood Test Predicts Treatment Response and Survival for Patients with Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Testing could lead to extension of life through improved clinical decision-making by identifying patients who need to switch from targeted hormonal therapy to chemotherapy
Epic Sciences Presents Single Cell Genomics Data at 10th DIA China Annual Meeting
New data demonstrates the detection of tumor mutational burden and chromosomal instability in single circulating tumor cells to develop cancer diagnostic tests for guiding immuno-oncology clinical development and decision-making.