Johns Hopkins oncology diagnostics spinout PGDx had previously raised approximately $99m.

Investment adviser Innovatus Capital Partners has agreed to provide up to $42m in funding for Personal Genome Diagnostics (PGDx), a US-based oncology diagnostics developer spun out of Johns Hopkins University. PGDx is developing in vitro genomic liquid and tissue-based biopsy products that will be able to help physicians fine tune treatments for cancer patients based…

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