The miR Advantage

Make accurate cancer screening available to more people with a completely non-invasive, no-contact testing and monitoring option.

miR’s industry-leading level of accuracy and accessibility in diagnosing, classifying, and monitoring prostate cancer can meaningfully alleviate the economic and human burden of one of the world’s most prevalent and deadly diseases.

Urologic Cancer Management Platform

Our Disease Management Platform™ uses precise biologic information interrogation techniques to categorize patients into one of four groups: no molecular evidence of prostate cancer, low-risk cancer, intermediate-risk cancer, or high-risk cancer.

This gives physicians the ability to clearly determine which patients need treatment and which can be safely and non-invasively monitored, helping avoid harmful and costly overtreatment.

Our highly accurate, easy-to-administer urine tests are powered by our algorithm-based Disease Management Platform™ to help physicians diagnose and monitor patients across the continuum of cancer care for optimal case management and prioritization.

Is Cancer Present? Is It Aggressive?
What’s the Best Treatment Pathway?

miR is the only prostate cancer test that provides an accurate measure of molecular malignancy to answer the most critical cancer questions. When it comes to cancer, we provide answers, not more questions.  

Outperform today’s standard of care and decrease the invasiveness for your patients. Our results will transform the standard of urologic oncology care with highly accurate, easily administered, and cost-effective end-to-end cancer management tools that reduce poor outcomes and eliminate waste.

Benefits Across The Continuum of Cancer Care

The miR disease management platform delivers clarity and peace of mind to all involved in prostate cancer care from diagnosis through disease management:


Everyone Benefits

Our non-invasive, pain-free prostate cancer diagnostic testing and monitoring platform helps physicians, patients, and payors realize true cost-effectiveness and efficiency in prostate cancer screening and management for the first time.


Leverage the most accurate prostate cancer decision-making platform to identify and rapidly treat patients with the greatest need.


Experience a non-invasive, accurate, accessible prostate cancer test that delivers clear results to you and your doctor with a single urine specimen.


Leverage the most accurate prostate cancer decision-making platform to identify and rapidly treat patients with the greatest need.

Screen For Urologic Cancers With Ease And Accuracy

One urine sample is all that’s required to accurately detect and classify prostate cancer with 95% Sensitivity and Specificity, avoiding the standard invasive and inaccurate screening procedures. Our breakthrough Disease Management Platform™ can enable timely and accurate progression monitoring and care planning at all stages of the disease.

Replacing Prostate Screening Tests: The Standard of Care that Doesn’t Meet Your Standards

In addition to being extremely invasive and potentially leading to impotence, incontinence, infection and overtreatment, the PSA test and biopsy combination has just a 44% Sensitivity level—making it highly inaccurate and necessary to repeat often.

Although elevated PSA levels can be an indicator of the presence of prostate cancer, many other factors not related to cancer can return an elevated PSA test.

The positive predictive value of elevated PSA for prostate cancer is less than 30%.
Medical literature shows that 7 out of 10 prostate biopsies are deemed unnecessary.
The false negative rate of 12-core biopsy is more than 30%.

A New Prostate Cancer Diagnostic Test

Avoid the inaccurate, often unnecessary PSA test–rectal exam–biopsy cycle and get real answers fast. miR provides industry-low false-positive and false-negative rates for maximum confidence in clinical pathways.

miR delivers accurate diagnosis and classification results using highly accurate molecular RNA interrogation and sophisticated algorithms based on hundreds of biomarkers.

Get actionable, accurate disease information to appropriately guide the course of care with just one urine test.

Previous Diagnostic Process

Why Replace the PSA Test?

The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is a blood test that doctors use as a screen for prostate cancer. If the PSA test results are “elevated,” your doctor may recommend a prostate biopsy to better understand if you have cancer or not.  

There is no standard cut-point to define an “elevated” PSA result. The AUA guidelines state that varying protocols have been used, including PSA thresholds as low as 3.0 ng/mL and as high as 10 ng/mL. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) recommends a PSA test at least every 6 months, digital rectal exams every year, and a repeat biopsy within 18 months of diagnosis.

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Of Patients With A Normal PSA Have Significant Cancer
Prostate Biopsies
Are Unnecessary