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Transition plan in place
Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - DiagnoCure Inc. (TSX: CUR) (OTCQX: DGCRF) (the "Corporation") announced today that Ms.
Chantal Miklosi has resigned her position as Chief Financial Officer of the Corporation effective
October 11th. She will leave to pursue other career opportunities. Dr.
Yves Fradet, President and Chief Medical Officer, supported by Mr.
Richard Bordeleau, Senior Advisor, will maintain contact with investors and the general public. Mr. Frédéric Boivin, Senior Director, who has served in finances and administration for 12 years, will oversee financial matters. Ms.
Danielle Allard, Senior Director, Corporate Affairs will continue to be responsible for all filings to regulatory agencies.
Yves Fradet, President and Chief Medical Officer said, "I want to thank Chantal for her important contributions to the Corporation during her tenure as Chief Financial Officer. She played an instrumental role in negotiating and closing all of DiagnoCure's recent business arrangements. We wish Chantal well in her new endeavors. As communicated recently, the DiagnoCure team will continue working on short-term initiatives aimed at increasing shareholder value and exploring all opportunities to enhance longer-term prospects for the Corporation."
DiagnoCure (TSX: CUR; OTCQX: DGCRF) is a life sciences corporation that develops and commercializes high-value cancer diagnostic tests that increase clinician and patient confidence in making critical treatment decisions. In 2008, the Corporation launched a colorectal cancer staging test through its U.S. CLIA laboratory. Previstage
TM GCC is currently available for licensing. The Corporation has granted a worldwide exclusive license on the diagnostic applications of its proprietary molecular biomarker PCA3 to Gen-Probe, now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hologic Inc. Hologic Gen-Probe's PROGENSA® PCA3 prostate cancer test is commercialized in
Europe under CE mark and is approved for commercialization in
the United States. For more information, please visit
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