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A case study published in Clinical & Forensic Toxicology News highlights the importance of considering malicious intent in evaluating potential causes of hypoglycemia.  When  a   52-year-old non-diabetic male presented at his regional hospital for recurring hypoglycemia of unknown cause, the do...(Read More)
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An editorial published in the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research​ and written by past AACC President Robert H. Christenson, PhD, and Cheryl A. Kassed, PhD, MSPH, explains why harmonization is necessary and important in ensuring consistency and quality of care for patients. “Harmonization...(Read More)
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Statistical P values may have their flaws, but they’re unlikely to go away anytime soon. That was the observation of two Clinical Chemistry associate editors, James C. Boyd, MD, and Thomas M. Annesley, PhD, in their analysis of an article published earlier this year in the journal Nature. The Boyd-...(Read More)
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AACC is hosting a webinar about how biomarkers can revolutionize the management of stroke. Stroke is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. today, but many of the effects of stroke can be minimized if the condition is identified and treated early. A management strategy that includes thromboly...(Read More)
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