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Speed kills

Speed kills

From testing to reopening to vetting scientific articles, we have lost track of time. ... Diagnostic and antibody testing has not been excluded from this obsession with velocity either.

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  • Policy and public health COVID-19 by the numbers

    The number of people who have tested positive worldwide. This is like the entire country of Latvia testing positive for the disease. ... Johns Hopkins University. 30%. The supposed number of false negatives that we obtain with diagnostic testing for COVID

  • FDA green lights rapid coronavirus diagnostic test FDA green lights rapid coronavirus diagnostic test

    The approval of Cepheid’s test comes as criticism grows over how the US is handling its coronavirus testing strategy. ... The FDA has already approved another COVID-19 test from  Roche, although this diagnostic only facilitates laboratory testing,

  • FDA okays Roche’s COVID-19 diagnostic test FDA okays Roche’s COVID-19 diagnostic test

    Increases capacity for testing as coronavirus cases grow. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Roche’s diagnostic test for the novel coronavirus, authorising it for emergency use. ... CE marking indicates that an in vitro diagnostic

  • Roche Diagnostics among beneficiaries as NHS fast-tracks more tech Roche Diagnostics among beneficiaries as NHS fast-tracks more tech

    Twist says diagnostic testing accounts for 70% of clinical decisions, yet only makes up 1% of total NHS spend. ... At Roche, we have long called for mandated funding for NICE-approved diagnostic tests and we are delighted at this important step forward.

  • Artificial intelligence in healthcare Artificial intelligence in healthcare

    The first AI-developed drugs are already starting clinical testing. For instance, a US biotech called Berg is comparing the profiles of cells in healthy and disease states to discover new ... The system – developed by IDx – was as reliable as

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