Cizzle, focused on cancer diagnostics, was spun out of the University of York to exploit the biomarker, variant CIZ1b, for early detection of lung cancer. There is high medical need for a simple blood test that allows early detection of lung cancer and potentially improve patient outcomes. In 2021, Cizzle began to consider how to develop a broader screening test, with the possibility of testing for other cancers and, in addition, developing a companion diagnostic for autoimmune disease. During 2022, Cizzle is expected to continue to make progress in its core diagnostics and to make more partnership deals to expand the number of potential income streams.
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