Chris Newmarker

June 23, 2016

1 Min Read
DNA Tests for Early Cancer Detection

Illumina, one of the largest DNA sequencing companies, early this year announced the formation of a startup known as Grail, which plans to develop blood tests that can potentially detect many cancers for the cost of $1000 or less. The company said at the time that it hopes to make the technology available by 2019. It could be offered through a personal physician's office, or possibly through a network of testing centers.

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