"These new data underscore the scientific rigor behind the Envisia
Genomic Classifier and should give physicians and their patients even
more confidence in the test's results," said
In the new study,
About the Envisia Genomic Classifier
The Envisia Genomic Classifier provides answers that improve physicians'
ability to differentiate idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) from other
interstitial lung diseases (ILDs) without the need for invasive, risky
and costly surgery. The 190-gene classifier employs RNA sequencing to
provide the core information needed by physicians to make an ILD
diagnosis, using samples obtained through less-invasive bronchoscopy.
The test is designed to provide information that was previously only
available through surgical lung biopsy and by expert pathology review.
About Interstitial Lung Disease and Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
Each year in
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