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June 7th, 2004

Tiny testers to diagnose heart woes in minutes

Abstract:
The Royal North Shore Hospital has started trialling world-leading nanotechnology said to be able to diagnose everything from a heart attack to pregnancy in less than 10 minutes. The Australian-developed technology could cut hours off the normal wait for crucial blood test results on suspected heart attack patients, Carol Pollock, professor of medicine at the hospital.

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Sydney Morning Herald

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