Rapid diagnostic test device can detect malaria, dengue

09/20/2011 | LiveMint.com/The Wall Street Journal (India)

U.S. and Indian researchers have developed a rapid diagnostic test device that can detect several diseases, including malaria and dengue. The device has shown 100% accuracy in laboratories and could be modified to detect HIV, researchers said. Clinical trials of the device are set to begin within a month.

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