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New data clarifies the benefit of chemotherapy in early-stage, node-positive breast cancer patients with Recurrence Score® results of 0 to 25.
For a refined risk estimateof local recurrence
New follow-up data for the Oncotype DX GPS assay
Nuclear-specific vs. nuclear-agnostic AR-V7 testing
Help Stage II colon cancer patients understand the power of genomics
Your Oncotype DX score can help you decide.
Oncotype DX has helped thousands of women find out.
Read what the Wall Street Journal is saying about the Oncotype DX Genomic Prostate Score test.
When Dan's Colon Recurrence Score came back low, he decided against chemotherapy.
on the utility of genomics in early breast cancer
Updated NCCN Guidelines® from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) underscore the unique advantage of the 21-gene (Oncotype DX) test as the only preferred multi-gene test to determine chemotherapy benefit for patients with node-negative early-stage breast cancer. (See page BINV-6 in the Guidelines.)
Additionally, the NCCN Guidelines elevated multi-gene assays, including the 21-gene (Oncotype DX) test into the algorithm to consider for assessing prognosis and determining chemotherapy benefit for patients with micrometastases and 1–3 positive nodes. (See page BINV-7 in the Guidelines.)
Read the official press release on the significance of these updated guidelines.
The landmark TAILORx trial results provide definitive answers
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