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A commercial test could let doctors easily screen for major depressive disorder.
A new forensic test can estimate a person’s age, to within nine years, from blood at the scene of a crime.
A noninvasive technique screens maternal blood for fetal DNA.
A new blood test may detect signs of the disease before symptoms appear.
A new test spots heart attacks in minutes instead of hours.
The blood tests may herald a new wave of noninvasive prenatal screening.
A new technique lets doctors screen drops of dried blood rather than vials of the liquid. The method could revolutionize infant pharmacology and drug testing for athletes.
A new blood test could improve cancer-screening compliance.
A blood test that identifies the disorder in its early stages could soon be made available to researchers.