Is Warfarin Pharmacogenomic Testing Ready for Prime Time?Today’s Debate to Focus on Implementation IssuesBy Deborah Levenson
While most experts say warfarin pharmacogenomic testing holds great potential for patient care, they disagree about whether now is the time to implement it widely.
A Global Perspective on HealthcareConference Program Puts Spotlight on Needs of Developing WorldBy Bill Malone
The unique challenges of low-resource countries have pushed development of inexpensive technologies that could improve healthcare for many.
Clinical Lab Expo Opens TodayOpportunities in China Abound for U.S. Diagnostic CompaniesBy Matt Quigley
The U.S. Commercial Service is stepping up efforts to help companies break into the exploding Chinese IVD market.
Raising Awareness of Clinical Laboratory ScienceToday’s Symposium Discusses Strategies to Add Value, Increase ProfileBy Phil Kibak
Boosting the image of lab medicine takes on new significance as labs consider the looming shortage of qualified lab professionals.
CPOCT Division Launches Certificate ProgramCourses Aim to Provide Useful SkillsBy Deborah Levenson
A new online, eight-course program will enhance POC coordinators’ skills and help them manage an increasingly complex job.
AACC Collection Preserves History of Lab InstrumentsDevices Show How Technology Has Shaped Blood AnalysisBy Phil Kibak
A growing collection of historical instruments has been made possible by the generosity of donors.
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