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A condition in infants that leads to severe infection and sometimes death if untreated occurs in 1 in 58,000 births, higher than previously estimated. The first multi-state report of severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) in newborns underscores the importance of screening efforts to detect this ...(Read More)
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The Association of Clinical Pathologists Molecular Pathology and Diagnostics Group recently issued guidance for RAS testing in colorectal cancer in personalized medicine settings within the United Kingdom and especially within the British National Health Service. The recommendations were included i...(Read More)
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Might we one day see new ways to diagnose and manage celiac disease (CD)? An article published in September in CLN probes just that question, taking an in-depth look at where research stands on an illness for which scientists thought they had all the answers. “Evidence shows that CD, an intestinal ...(Read More)
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Day two of AACC’s first-ever virtual meeting, “Personalized Diagnostics Today: Where the Omics Community Collaborates” will open with an insightful look at the role of precision proteomics in personalized medicine. Plenary speaker Henry Rodriguez, PhD, MBA, who is director of the Office of Cancer C...(Read More)
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