MetaStat’s Diagnostic Technology Spotlighted in WABC-TV News Special on October 4

"Breast Cancer: Making Big Strides" Discussed Issues Facing Those Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

BOSTON--()--MetaStat, Inc. (OTCQB:MTST), a molecular diagnostic company focused on understanding and treating systemic metastasis, has its licensed technology spotlighted in a WABC-TV news special that aired on Saturday, October 4.

Titled “Breast Cancer: Making Big Strides,” the program interviewed Dr. John S. Condeelis, Chairman of MetaStat’s Scientific Advisory Board, about the ability to predict the probability of metastasis using MetaStat’s MetaSite Breast test and the importance of reducing the number of over-treated patients that receive harmful and expensive chemotherapy.

To view the WABC-TV special, please visit the following link: http://7online.com/health/watch-our-special-half-hour/330941/

The video at the link above is provided for informational purposes only. MetaStat, Inc. is not responsible for the content of the linked videos.

About MetaStat, Inc.

MetaStat, Inc (MTST) is a molecular diagnostic company that develops and commercializes diagnostic tests for early and reliable prediction of systemic metastasis, the process by which cancer spreads from a primary tumor through the bloodstream to other areas of the body. MetaStat is focused on breast, prostate, lung and colorectal cancers, where systemic metastasis is responsible for approximately 90% of all deaths. The Company’s function-based diagnostic platform technology is based on the identification and understanding of the pivotal role of the mena protein and its isoforms, a common pathway for the development of systemic metastatic disease in all epithelial-based solid tumors. Both the MetaSite Breast™ and MenaCalc™ assays are designed to accurately stratify patients based on their individual risk of metastasis and to provide physicians with clinically actionable information to better "customize" cancer treatment. MetaStat’s testing platform improves treatment planning decisions by positively identifying patients with a high-risk of metastasis who need aggressive therapy and by sparing patients with a low-risk of metastasis from the harmful side effects and expense of chemotherapy. The company is based in Boston.

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Contacts

Media:
Dian Griesel Int’l. for MetaStat
Susan Forman, 212-825-3210
sforman@dgicomm.com
or
Investor:
MetaStat, Inc.
Daniel Schneiderman, 212-608-0827
Vice President
dan@metastat.com

Release Summary

MetaStat, Inc. a molecular diagnostic company focused on understanding and treating systemic metastasis, has its licensed technology spotlighted in a WABC-TV news special that aired on 10/4/14.

Contacts

Media:
Dian Griesel Int’l. for MetaStat
Susan Forman, 212-825-3210
sforman@dgicomm.com
or
Investor:
MetaStat, Inc.
Daniel Schneiderman, 212-608-0827
Vice President
dan@metastat.com