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Hi fellow C-AACC members, When I look at the AACC directory, I see that there are 301 registered Chicago section members. Of the 16 Artery AACC local sections, we are the 9th largest section, however, when we send out Artery communications, we barely ...
Dear PNW member or Friend of the UW Department of Laboratory Medicine: I am writing to invite you to an upcoming gathering for the UW Department of Laboratory Medicine and the PNW Section of AACC at this year's AACC annual meeting in San Diego, CA. The ...
POINT OF CARE TESTING: TODAY AND TOMORROW
SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AACC NORTHEAST LOCAL SECTION
WHEN Thursday, May 18, 2017 8am-5pm: Conference
5pm-7:30pm: Dinner, Awards, Posters WHERE
John Contois, New Gloucester, Maine. ------Original Message------ No worries. Do see and read all posts pertaining to the Management Sciences and Patient Safety Division.
Lakshmi V. Ramanathan, PhD
Chief, Clinical ...
Hi William, To add to to the other posts and affirm some of their comments, a close friend of mine has nearly 10 years experience working in CROs and now directs a lab that is specifically focused on measurement of antibodies to biologic drugs by mass ...
Hi David, Here's our setup in the province of Alberta: Outpatients The only available test for this group is the iFOBT (we call it FIT). Furthermore, it is only available for the purposes of colorectal cancer screening ...
This is super helpful Danyel! Thank you for this feedback. We're still in the midst of our validation, but we are finding something similar--patients agree fairly well, but there's still that bias in the linearity. I agree--seems material dependant. ...
David, Thank you so much for your response/help! Can dare to ask you if we can collaborate and maybe exchange such interesting samples when time will come? Alina