Using the Cloud to Improve Access to HIV Testing | GenomeWeb

A blog post at Nature Medicine's Spoonful of Medicine blog this week describes a prototype of newly developed HIV test chip — a little bigger than a credit card — that analyzes blood samples in minutes and sends its results to doctors via the cloud, making it possible to diagnose HIV-infected people living in remote areas.

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