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2013: The Year In Diagnostics

Executive Summary

Concerns over patents, the anticipated regulatory oversight over complex tests, and reimbursement and evidence development characterized the continued upheaval in the diagnostics industry over the past year. However, genomics tools and technologies continue to be refined and introduced commercially, and companies with a sharp marketplace focus are showing they can still rise to the top.

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