The company held this screening test campaign with the help of partner Zöller-Kipper GmbH. The company has about 2,600 employees, and the colorectal cancer screening program was offered through its corporate health program.
The screening program saw employees sign up for it and receive a test kit. They then sent the test kit back and were provided with results by Mainz Biomed. The system also allowed for approved healthcare officials to be sent the results of the tests as well.
Guido Baechler, CEO of Mainz Biomed, said the following about the news:
“We are delighted that nearly half of Zöller-Kipper’s employees in Germany have embraced our CRC screening campaign. The promising interim results further fuel our commitment to expanding the accessibility of ColoAlert® and ensuring as many people as possible can benefit from potentially lifesaving screening.”
MYNZ Stock Movement on Wednesday
MYNZ stock has experienced wild volatility following the release of its colorectal cancer screening test results. That saw the company’s shares undergoing a major rally during pre-market trading on Wednesday.
Unfortunately for MYNZ stockholders, the company’s shares couldn’t maintain that high. Instead, the stock is down slightly as of Wednesday morning.
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