In-Case-Of Blood

An AACC member is wondering what others think about the practice of drawing extra blood in case additional tests are needed. Some respondents’ labs don’t follow this practice at all, while others believe this practice needs to end but have had a hard time convincing their institutions to abandon it.


Best of AACC Middle East

On March 23–24 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, laboratory medicine experts will present on timely topics ranging from noninvasive applications for personalized diagnostics to cultivating a healthy lab leadership team.


Lab Tests Online

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