Arlene Ignacia, a medical technician, prepares cell samples to separate white and red blood cells via a centrifuge machine on Nov. 15, 2012, at the NeoGenomics headquarters in Fort Myers. The company, which specializes in genetic-based cancer testing, is one of the fastest growing lab companies in the country.

Photo by COREY PERRINE

Arlene Ignacia, a medical technician, prepares cell samples to separate white and red blood cells via a centrifuge machine on Nov. 15, 2012, at the NeoGenomics headquarters in Fort Myers. The company, which specializes in genetic-based cancer testing, is one of the fastest growing lab companies in the country.

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