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Stay on the cutting edge of precision oncology by partnering with Guardant Health.

Empowering the biopharmaceutical industry to deliver breakthrough therapeutics for patients with cancer. 


01. Purpose Overview

Precision medicine is driving a new era in oncology drug development.

Biopharma companies are at the forefront of introducing novel targeted therapies, redefining the therapeutic management of cancer. These treatments target the specific alterations or biomarkers of a patient, which can significantly extend progression-free survival compared to traditional chemotherapy or immunotherapy.1-7

Accelerate discovery power with Guardant Health.

Guardant Health has pioneered fast, less invasive blood-based testing across the cancer continuum.

This includes comprehensive genomic and epigenomic profiling, minimal residual disease (MRD) detection, and monitoring. These molecular insights support the development of new therapies.

A liquid biopsy has several advantages and can8-11:

  • Accelerate patient enrollment in clinical trials, which is a common challenge
  • More quickly deliver insights into a patient’s response to treatment compared to standard imaging
  • Capture dynamic tumor evolution over time
  • Reliably detect tumor heterogeneity at progression

02. Our Solutions

A trusted partner across the drug development journey.

At Guardant Health, our mission is to conquer cancer with data, and together, we can continue to advance precision oncology and reach more patients.

From translational research to clinical development to commercialization, our BioPharma Solutions portfolio is at the cutting edge of products and best-in-class services. Our portfolio is designed to seamlessly meet your needs at each stage of research and development—all while refining focus and accelerating your outcomes.


03. Global Reach

Relentless focus to increase access to testing internationally.


04. Contact Us

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