The Week In Review provides an overview of the past week’s top healthcare content, including industry news and trends, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Medical Laboratories news and upcoming events. Top highlights this week include: heath insurance at work, 30,000 year old virus revived, Franciscan legacy, Yampa Valley Medical Center and Mayo Clinic collaboration and H.I.V. in babies.
Friedreich ataxia is an inherited neurodegenerative disorder due to frataxin deficiency. An assay developed at Mayo Clinic for measuring frataxin concentration in whole blood and in dried blood spots is applicable to the diagnosis, population and newborn screening, and therapeutic monitoring.
- Hyaline Filamentous Fungi Part 1: Common Zygomycetes [Hot Topic]
- Week In Review — Feb. 21
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Molecular Detection with Genotyping
- Interpretation of Qualitative and Quantitative Urine Opiate Tests for Pain Management Patients [Hot Topic]
- Mayo Clinic and TGen researchers use genomic sequencing to help identify new therapies for bile duct cancer
- Week In Review — Feb. 14
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA Detection with Genotyping, High Risk Types by PCR [A Test in Focus]
- 2014 International Surgical Pathology Symposium: Registration now open
- Week In Review — Feb. 7