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Whooping Cough Cases Reveal Test Deficiencies

Molecular tests called into question as hospitals research outbreaks of Bordetella pertussis

CEO SUMMARY: Doctors rely on labs for the definitive diagnosis of the bacterium that causes whooping cough. Yet in several recent cases, the use of a molecular test for a definitive diagnosis led to questions about the effectiveness of the test. Molecular pathologists recommend labs may need to do a second test to confirm initial …

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