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Rayno DX and Tools Mid Year Review and AACC Update: ABAX, ILMN, HOLX, TMO.. Update-2

Update -2 Aug. 1 Draft Guidance on LDTs Coming from FDA in 60 Days: Tests Must Be Validated More regulation coming means greater development costs and potential time delays for clinical tests in development and currently marketed as LDTs . Presumably LDT tests will be allowed to remain on the market. Potential intermediate term impact […]

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Rayno Diagnostics and Tools Stocks: GHDX, ILMN, QGEN, RGDX.

Rayno Life Science Stocks Focused on Genetic Tests and Biomarkers We have been writing about molecular diagnostics and tools stocks for over 5 years. Here is the summary of our Portfolio. Yesterday we provided an update from BIO 2014  on personalized medicine and genetic tests. Many genetic tests are not FDA approved usually called LDTs […]

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Rayno Dx and Tools 2014 YTD After OCT. Correction: ABAX EXAS ILMN

Update 11/24/14   Clinical Diagnostics and Tools Stocks Review Performance YTD and compared to 11/13 YTD Top winners YTD are: EXAS 104%, ILMN 71.4%, ABAX 36.8% Top Losers YTD are: NSTG 16.6%, RGDX 54%, VRML 30.9% but all were good trades. IWM at $117.4 See Performance Data Below ———————-Previous post——— April Sell-Off Hit Diagnostic Small […]

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Rayno Life Science: Tools and Diagnostics Q1 2014 Performance

Caution As Life Science Stocks Are Consolidating Life science stocks had a wild roller coaster ride in 2014 with many stocks peaking around March 1. Momentum and cult stocks in our portfolio still had a good quarter with the following top winners: Illumina (ILMN) up 25.2%, Vermillion (VRML) up 25%, Exact Sciences (EXAS) up 21% […]

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Life Science Stocks Boosted By Genomic Technologies and New Diagnostic Products

Rayno Diagnostics and Tools Focus Stocks: 2013 Performance YTD A diversified life science portfolio must include clinical diagnostics and tools stocks because the synergies between therapy and diagnostics have never been stronger. Breakthroughs in molecular diagnostics for personalized medicine, genetic testing and infectious diseases are driving new product cycles for timely, more cost effective therapies. […]

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