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When a person is confronted with a possible cancer diagnosis, a biopsy is performed and tissue is taken out. The tissue is tested in a pathology lab and a report is generated. The report confirms or rules out a cancer diagnosis and determines the ‘stages’ or to what extent the cancer has spread. Treatment options are found by information on the size, shape and appearance of the tissue under a microscope. Dako provides the antibodies; reagents and instruments enabling physicians choose the right form of treatment, the first time.