Innovation in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment

Industry Focus: Life Sciences & Healthcare
Date: 15 Sep 2016

Minomic is a Sydney-based biotechnology company developing new technology relating to the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.

Minomic CEO Brad Walsh speaks with DibbsBarker’s Rob McInnes about how Minomic’s work has progressed since the company’s formation in 2007, and why it is so important for companies like Minomic to have a clear strategy around the protection of intellectual property rights.

For more information about Minomic, please visit their website.

If you have any further queries, please contact:

Rob McInnes | Partner
T +61 2 8233 9554

This video interview forms part of our second edition of DibbsHEALTH, DibbsBarker's e-newsletter focusing on trends and issues affecting the life sciences and healthcare sectors. 

To read our first edition of DibbsHEALTH, click here.

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