H1N1 Influenza Tests Not Needed For Most Patients, CDC Says
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Sept. 29 that most patients with uncomplicated cases of influenza-like illness do not require diagnostic influenza testing, clouding the prospects for diagnostics firms hoping to sell more H1N1 flu tests
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