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All in the blood

Medical scientist David Zahniser pioneered a technology that changes fundamentally the way labs run blood tests.

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"Because we have these measurements that are being done on the size and shape of the cells, we can give more info to the labs than you could with any other system. That is going to be a big advantage especially in the Asia-Pacific."

IMAGINE being able to assess the state of one's health with just one microlitre of blood. That's now a reality with Bloodhound technology, which performs a complete blood cell count with, yes, just that volume - one-millionth of a litre, or a few drops. With a complete blood cell count, a doctor

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