FDA approves tests for detecting virus in pregnant women
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA has approved the first two tests for detecting parvovirus B19 infection in women suspected of exposure to the virus and for the diagnosis of Fifth disease, a common childhood illness characterised by "slapped cheek" rash.
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