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Modern medicine has become more tailored and personalized for patients seeking medical treatment. No longer is the “one size fits all” approach preferred by the medical community in treating various patient-types, patient groups or subgroups. Recent developments in the diagnostics field have illustrated the significant health benefits and cost savings that can be obtained by first detecting the presence or absence of an antigen or “biomarker” in a patient. This, in turn, may identify that patient as has having a particular disease state or the potential for that disease state, and the subsequent need for treatment or preventative treatment.

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