“No, an immunostain that is expressed in any cell (regardless of being benign or malignant), in any subcellular component, and in any percentage cannot be regarded as a ‘positive’ test. And no precision medicine should be given based on this ‘precise’ positive test.” said the pathologist who will sign out a report that contains that ‘game changing’ immunostain.

“No, an immunostain that is expressed in any cell (regardless of being benign or malignant), in any subcellular component, and in any percentage cannot be regarded as a ‘positive’ test. And no precision medicine should be given based on this ‘precise’ positive test.” said the pathologist who will sign out a report that contains that ‘game changing’ immunostain.