Look to the Children
What can newborn screening approaches teach us about COVID-19 testing?
Donald Chace | | Opinion
Early disease detection leads to faster, more effective treatments and improved outcomes. These fundamental goals underpin newborn screening for rare inherited disorders. We can apply the lessons learned from more than a half decade of newborn screening to some of the issues surrounding infectious disease detection – specifically, COVID-19. Today, we undertake the public health mission of saving lives every day for hundreds of thousands of newborns. What can we, as analytical scientists, take from this work to improve our response to the current pandemic?
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