Researchers Developing Faster, Easier Ebola Diagnostic Tests
New York Times: Researchers Seek Crucial Tool: A Fast, Finger-Prick Ebola Test
“Searching for a new way to attack Ebola, companies and academic researchers are now racing to develop faster and easier tests for determining whether someone has the disease. Such tests might require only a few drops of blood rather than a test tube of it, and provide the answer on the spot, without having to send the sample to a laboratory…” (Pollack, 11/4).
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