Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer death for women worldwide. Doctors in Germany may have developed a new test to accurately detect cancer in the blood. German researchers from Heidelberg University Hospital say they have created a blood test that can reliably pick up whether the patient has breast cancer. With early detection, patients have a 95% chance of recovery. This development, if fully accurate, represents a breakthrough. How will this method be commercialized?
Christof Sohn, Managing Medical Director