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Start-Up Spotlight: Sight Diagnostics’ Imaging Technology Allows Accurate Diagnostics With Small Blood Samples

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The US FDA recently cleared Sight’s Olo analyzer to run complete blood counts on samples as small as two drops. The company is currently marketing Olo to hospital labs in the US but hopes to eventually earn a CLIA waiver so Olo can be marketed to smaller physician practices and pharmacies and used for other common blood-based diagnostics.

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