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Proteomics International to collaborate with University of Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospital to develop a test for endometriosis – Proactive Investors

The partnership aims to develop the world’s first blood test for the painful condition, which affects one in nine women and costs Australia $9.7 billion each year.

The collaboration aims to build on a Proteomics study that identified protein ‘fingerprints’ in the blood – known as biomarkers – that could be used to test for endometriosis.

Article: Proteomics International to collaborate with University of Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospital to develop a test for endometriosis

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