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Non-invasive method of testing for HIV invented

American scientists have invented a device that can detect the presence and amount of CD4+ white blood cells circulating in the blood by using a drop of blood applied to a sensor. This new technology would be affordable in developing nations struck down with HIV and allow for implementation and monitoring of treatment for the disease.

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About: Non-invasive method of testing for HIV invented

Date: 2 November 2005

Source: Monsters and Critics


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