Interpreting GPS Results

Predict both clinical risk and tumor aggressiveness

Oncotype DX GPS is proven to be an independent predictor of:both clinical risk and tumor aggressiveness after radical prostatectomy for patients with biopsy Gleason scores of 3+3 and 3+41-3.

GPS Score Animation

Interactive report guide

Quickly and easily understand how to interpret the Genomic Prostate Score report.


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For patients with:


How do you use the GPS™ report? The value of the GPS™ assay.

Dr. Scott Sellinger (Advanced Urology Institute) describes how and why he uses the GPS report in his practice.


Getting your results

Most Oncotype DX GPS results are available within two weeks of the date the specimen is received at the Exact Sciences Laboratory. You can access the results through the online physician portal or receive the report by fax.

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1. Van Den Eeden et al. AUA 2017. Abstract 17-6551.
2. Klein et al. Eur Urol. 2014.
3. Cullen et al. Eur Urol. 2014.

*Adverse pathology defined as Gleason ≥4+3 and/or pT3+.
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