Statlab Confident in Growth Trajectory of Sienna's hTERT Test in USA


Sienna is delighted to provide shareholders with a video interview with Dan Eckert, CEO of StatLab Medical Products, Sienna’s exclusive US distributor. 

Mr Eckert discusses the US market opportunity for its business, how Sienna’s hTERT product fits into StatLab’s growth strategy, the approach taken by StatLab sales personnel, including hiring the company’s first Advanced Diagnostics Sales Specialist to focus on larger opportunities and increasing industry presence at urology conferences, and the significant interest in the hTERT test shown by pathology laboratories to date.

Sienna CEO Matthew Hoskin said of the video: “Dan Eckert is overwhelmingly positive on the growth potential of our hTERT test in the USA. Furthermore, he demonstrates the professionalism and commitment of StatLab regarding the hTERT product in their marketing efforts.”

Watch the video:


For further information, please contact:

Matthew Hoskin, CEO

Sienna Cancer Diagnostics

+61 3 8288 2141

Kyahn Williamson

WE Buchan

+61 3 8866 1200

About Sienna Cancer Diagnostics

Sienna Cancer Diagnostics Ltd. is an Australian medical technology company, with operations in the United States, Europe and Australia. Sienna’s strengths lie in identifying novel technologies then developing and commercialising them to satisfy an unmet clinical / market need. The Company has demonstrated the utility of its product with the help of its global clinical partners. Sienna’s primary platform is the detection of the biomarker telomerase, which is found in nearly all epithelial cancers, and was the subject of a Nobel Prize in 2009. Telomerase is well recognised for being used by 85% of cancers to enable immortal cell replication.

The FDA listing of Sienna’s first IVD in the United States, and CE marking / IVD registration in Europe and Australia, means the assay can be used for clinical diagnostic purposes by pathology laboratories. Clinical pathology laboratories in those regions may purchase the product for use as an in vitro diagnostic test for the presence of hTERT, a component of telomerase.


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