Making gold-standard PCR testing accessible at the point of care

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was first developed in 1991 and was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry. Since then, it has become the "gold standard" for diagnostic testing. 

By bringing PCR diagnostics closer to the patient, healthcare providers can have the answers that they need, when precisely they need them, in order to drive positive patient outcomes.

Experts Payal Patel, M.D., Intermountain Health, and Omai Garner, Ph.D.,D(ABMM), UCLA, share their perspectives on the value and applications of gold-standard PCR testing at the point of care, and contemplate its evolution. Learn more about why it matters to have the right test, for the right patient, at the right time – and get insights into how to resolve potential challenges in diagnostic implementation. 

Download our presentation to gain knowledgeable insights on PCR. 

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