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CD Diagnostics is developing assays for orthopaedic surgeons and rheumatologists who would like greater diagnostic confidence in joint fluid analysis. Unlike current technologies, which often yield vague and ambiguous results, CygnaSure™, our lead product, offers orthopaedic surgeons and rheumatologists a rapid, accurate and reliable diagnostic answer.
The numerical value of cd diagnostics in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of cd diagnostics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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I think he'd sell off the medical devices, then you'd have nutritionals, generic drugs and diagnostics, which may or may not go with medical devices.
In catching those last few cases, that's when diagnostics become important, [Then we can] know if the parasite has been completely eliminated from the population.
The big push really is around surveillance and laboratory diagnostics capacity so that if people start turning yellow and dying, you get diagnostics rapidly and vaccination.
We have shown that AML is an umbrella term for a group of at least 11 different types of leukemia, we can now start to decode these genetics to shape clinical trials and develop diagnostics.
Part of their reluctance was in allowing patients to view their records, diagnostics and medical information that they may not initially know how to decipher, another was in giving patients the ability to contact their doctors directly.
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