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Pat Turner, a histotechnologist, works at a computer next to a machine that stain cell samples Nov. 15, 2012 at NeoGenomics facility in Fort Myers, Fla. The company may soon be trading on Nasdaq because its stock price has risen enough and held up long enough to be listed. The company, which specializes in genetic-based cancer testing, is one of the fastest growing lab companies in the country.

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Corey Perrine/Staff Pat Turner, a histotechnologist, works at a computer next to a machine that stain cell samples Nov. 15, 2012 at NeoGenomics facility in Fort Myers, Fla. The company may soon be trading on Nasdaq because its stock price has risen enough and held up long enough to be listed. The company, which specializes in genetic-based cancer testing, is one of the fastest growing lab companies in the country.

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