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SA Pathology Newsletter Issue 4
20 June 2016
In this edition of the SA Pathology Newsletter you'll find an update on the latest pathology tests as well as information on PSA assay and an overview of how technological changes across health, both here and overseas, will affect all medical professionals.
- Recent test updates
- Gilbert’s Syndrome
- Health changes to affect us all
- Urinary Free Cortisol
- Mesothelioma research at FMC
- DOAC’s and coagulation assays
- Prostate Specific Antigen – what is it?
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