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October 12th, 2018

Major Johns Hopkins study calls for new blood biomarker assays to improve pancreatic cancer survival rates in high risk individuals

An important new study by a group of researchers from John Hopkins  recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Gastroenterology has reinforced the importance of surveillance for individuals at high risk due to family history or genetic markers for pancreatic cancer.  In addition, the group called for better biomarker tests for early selection of patients for […]

June 16th, 2017

New Immunovia logotype

Immunovia reveals today the new logotype, one that can continue to grow and adapt with the development of the IMMray™ technology and its clinical applications in cancers and autoimmune diseases. This brand identity change is important for Immunovia for three reasons: -The company name is now easy to read and understand -New IMMray™ based tests […]

February 3rd, 2017

Professor Borrebaeck in Nature Reviews Cancer online magazine

Nature Reviews Cancer magazine published today online, ahead of print an article focused on Precision Diagnostics. This Opinion article, written by Professor Carl Borrebaeck, describes the trends and progress being made in identifying protein biomarker signatures of clinical utility in cancer using, in particular, blood-based proteomics. Click to read article. Pdf for download Title: Precision diagnostics: moving […]

November 4th, 2016

On a mission to advance pancreatic cancer awareness

Pancreatic cancers are one of the most deadly cancers. The cancers are often diagnosed late, making them one of the most hard-to-treat cancers. To create awareness on the aggressive diseases and stir a political discussion for better care, the Medicon Village based company Immunovia is taking the lead on organizing an event at Medicon Village. […]

Welcome to World Pancreatic Cancer Day, Lund Sweden, November 17 2016

Every day, more than 900 people around the world die from pancreatic cancer. Only 6 percent of the patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer survive 5 years. According to a recent global survey, more than 60 percent of people know “almost nothing” about pancreatic cancer. To create awareness about pancreatic cancer, patient support organizations, industry, healthcare providers and politicians join […]

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