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Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School have developed a microfluidic device that can be used as an alternative to flow cytometry for measuring T cell counts in people infected with HIV. They hope that the small handheld device will help Africans — it will first be tested in Rwanda — in poor regions to better manage their disease.

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