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CAP Conference XXXVI: Diagnostic Issues in Thrombophilia
This conference addressed four basic questions regarding
testing for genetic risk factors for thrombophilia:
- What tests should be done?
- When should testing be implemented?
- Who should be tested?
- How should testing be done?
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