Epigenomics’ proColon, the non-invasive blood-based test for colorectal cancer

25/03/2015 - 3 minutes

Epigenomics, the German-American cancer molecular diagnostics company, completed the enrollment for its ADMIT trial (AD herence to Minimally Invasive Testing) for Epi proColon, its non-invasive blood-based test for colorectal cancer (CRC) screening.

Epigenomics has successfully completed enrollment in the ADMIT clinical trial this week. Study subjects were identified as historically non-compliant to CRC screening according to current screening guidelines by its partners, Kaiser Permanente and Geisinger Health Systems, who actively manage CRC screening programs in the U.S.A. Subjects were invited to a clinic visit and once enrolled into the trial, were randomized to either the FIT test to take home to complete and send back within six weeks, or to a blood draw for the Epi proColon test, to be completed in the same time frame. The Company expects to announce the results from this study during the second quarter of 2015.
The trial results will be submitted to the FDA following data analysis after completion of the six week response window.

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