Transformative Technologies for Early Cancer Detection.

Identifying viral cancers
earlier than ever before.

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Improving patient outcomes through early cancer detection.

Naveris develops highly sensitive blood tests, liquid biopsies, that identify viral cancers significantly earlier than is possible with scans or traditional biopsies.

Naveris’ lead product, NavDx®, is a liquid biopsy that uses proprietary technology to enable ultrasensitive surveillance of HPV-related cancer.

Our Core Technology

Our mission at Naveris is to deliver disruptive technology with the potential to transform cancer detection and improve patient outcomes.

Highly Sensitive Blood Tests

Early cancer diagnosis in the general asymptomatic population.

Transform Cancer Detection

Real-time monitoring of response in patients undergoing treatment.

Improve Patient Outcomes

Detection of cancer recurrence in patients in remission.

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Natick Company Develops Test to Detect Head and Neck Cancer that Could Lead to Earlier Diagnosis

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“A saliva-based diagnostic test that can detect HPV-related head and neck cancer has the potential to catch the disease earlier and even serve as a standard screening method, which the…

New Saliva Test Detects Head and Neck Cancer

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For Release: June 2, 2021 Waltham, MA— A new clinically-validated saliva test has been shown to detect HPV-associated head and neck cancer with high accuracy, a first-of-its-kind study result. Researchers…

Naveris, Inc. Raises $19 Million in Financing to Advance and Commercialize Blood Tests for Early Detection of HPV and Other Viral-Related Cancers

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"NATICK, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Naveris, a healthcare company dedicated to improving patient care through early detection of virus-related cancers, today announced the close of its expanded Series A financing, bringing the total…

HPV Head and Neck Cancer Recurrence Test Data Adds Validation as Naveris Ramps Clinical Launch

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Mar 24, 2020 | Molika Ashford NEW YORK – Investigators from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have reached a new milestone for their virus-associated oropharyngeal cancer detection…