This week, Genomeweb’s Precision Oncology News brought the news that the Dutch House of Representatives has recently unanimously decided to reimburse the comprehensive DNA testing for certain patient groups. Read the article online or as a pdf. More information about the comprehensive DNA test.
Dutch House of Representatives votes for action of the Minister for arranging (provisional) reimbursement for whole genome sequencing-based DNA testing for most urgent groups of cancer patients
On February 25 2021, the Dutch House of Representatives adopted a motion approving reimbursement on a provisional basis of a whole genome based DNA test for metastatic cancer patients with the largest medical need. In recent years Inspire2Live, patient organizations, hospitals, physicians, and Hartwig Medical Foundation have been working together to make the comprehensive whole […]
This year, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek hospital joined forces with Hartwig Medical Foundation to deploy the most comprehensive DNA test available in the world for regular diagnostic procedures. This test identifies which patients are suited for standard cancer treatments, and which patients could benefit from experimental treatments. On February 10, the Dutch House of Representatives will […]