Predictive Oncology Inc.’s (NASDAQ: POAI) TumorGenesis Technology May Prove Critical in New Cancer Drug Development

Predictive Oncology subsidiary TumorGenesis developing new PDx models needed to understand the complexities of cancer Tremendous unmet need for patient-derived tumors (PDx) for new drug development – current mouse models unreliable TumorGenesis unique in the industry; its ovarian-cancer cells haven’t been widely available like most other PDx samples Multi-billion-dollar market opportunity

As the precision-medicine industry continues to integrate technology to improve the efficiency and efficacy of its strategies, clinicians are realizing the need for actual patient samples to determine the best methods to defeat cancer. Researchers are now turning to patient-derived tumors (PDx) to better understand the complexities and vagaries of the disease which has become the new focus in cancer research. Predictive Oncology Inc. (NASDAQ: POAI) is executing on its mission to deliver cutting-edge services for the oncology research and profiling market. The company’s subsidiary, TumorGenesis, was formed in 2018 with a mission to create reliable, reproducible and translatable cancer cell capture, culture and screening using lab-ready to use technologies.

TumorGenesis will build kits used in cancer research laboratories around the world. Kits, media and cells are valued today at $2.8 billion growing at CAGR 12.9% to $6.8 billion by 2025.Predictive Oncology believes TumorGenesis’ novel PDx platform will provide pharmaceutical and biotech companies the tools needed to…

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