Widely Used Rapid Influenza Tests Pose a Dangerous Public Health Risk Could Post Health Risk, Loyola University Medical Center Researcher Says  
11/18/2009 7:57:40 AM

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Loyola Medicine -- MAYWOOD, Ill. -- Rapid influenza diagnostic tests used in doctors' offices, hospitals and medical laboratories to detect H1N1 are virtually useless and could pose a significant danger to public health, according to a Loyola University Medical Center researcher.