Streptococcus test campaign may bode well for French IVD (in vitro diagnostic) industry
This article was originally published in Clinica
Some 400,000 tests for streptococcus were distributed free of charge to doctors in France in the first three months of the government's campaign to reduce the number of prescriptions of antibiotics by helping doctors distinguish between viral and bacterial angina. Nearly 30% of doctors, or 15,700 in all, who practice privately were supplied with the tests, which is double the campaign's target number.
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