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Personalization And Digital Are Pushing IVDs Onto The Health Care High Ground

Executive Summary

Investment in advanced in vitro diagnostics is increasing as the technologies themselves are becoming less esoteric and more easily "understood" by patients and providers alike. Are these technologies finally breaking through the glass ceiling to visibly assume their rightful place in health care delivery? 

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