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In February 2021, Mayo Clinic Laboratories announced three new tests along with numerous reference value changes, obsolete tests, and algorithm changes.
A study involving Mayo Clinic investigators that examined new approaches to the diagnosis of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia has been met with enthusiasm in the scientific community.
In an article in The Globe and Mail, Matthew Binnicker, Ph.D., discussed factors that could be contributing to the recent drop in case counts.
The following list includes updates posted to mayocliniclabs.com during the month of February.
In an article exploring the low prevalence of flu cases, Dr. Binnicker was among the experts consulted on why influenza is so scarce this year.
Jane Hermansen of Mayo Clinic Labs weighs in on a discussion of uses for expanded testing capacity after the pandemic is over.
In January, Mayo Clinic Laboratories announced a new test along with numerous reference value changes, obsolete tests, and algorithm changes.
An article authored by Jane Hermansen of Mayo Clinic Labs considers how the experiences of the pandemic will shape the lab industry in years to come.
Viral online posts claimed the World Health Organization changed its COVID-19 testing guidelines and admitted to inflating case counts. Dr. Binnicker helps explain why those claims are false.