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Disease Areas

Every test you run has the opportunity to make a difference. The results you provide to a clinician who you may never meet could change the life of a patient who you will never know.

 

Test results: A driving force behind diagnostic and treatment decisions1


Standing Behind The Science

For over 5 decades, we have been delivering high-quality platforms to help you provide the most clinically relevant results. Science is our focus to help make the world a healthier place.

 

Explore some of the offerings for testing in allergy and autoimmune disease areas:

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SUPPORT YOUR CLINICIANS WITH RESULTS THEY CAN COUNT ON

Autoimmune diseases are increasing in prevalence and incidence, and allergic diseases already affect a large portion of the global population, and because these diseases can have detrimental effects if not properly diagnosed and treated, what you do in your lab matters.2-5 Support your clinicians by delivering the most accurate results using the latest reagents and instrument systems available.
You could be running your allergen sensitization and autoimmunity assays on a single platform.

References
  1. Badrick T. Evidence-based laboratory medicine. Clin Biochem Rev. 2013;34:43-46.

  2. Lerner A, Jeremias P, Matthias T. The world incidence and prevalence of autoimmune diseases is increasing. Int J Celiac Dis. 2015;3:151-155.

  3. Walsh SJ, Rau LM. Autoimmune diseases: a leading cause of death among young and middle-aged women in the United States. Am J Public Health. 2000;90:1463-1466.

  4. British Society for Immunology. Autoimmunity. 2016. https://www.immunology.org/sites/default/files/autoimmunity-briefing.pdf. Accessed November 2017.

  5. Pawankar R, Holgate ST, Canonica GW, et al. World Allergy Organization (WAO) White Book on Allergy. 2013. World Allergy Organization Website. http://www.worldallergy.org/UserFiles/file/WhiteBook2-2013-v8.pdf. Accessed December 2017.