August 6, 2019 -- ANAHEIM, CA - What are the highlights to see at this week's American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) meeting? LabPulse.com Editor-in-Chief Emily Hayes spoke with AACC 2019 President Carmen Wiley, PhD, about top presentations at the conference, as well as some of the major issues facing clinical chemistry right now.

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Carmen Wiley, PhD, 2019 president of the AACC.

AACC: Personalized urine testing for salt sensitivity on near horizon
A novel urine test that identifies individuals' sensitivity to salt intake may only be a year away from use in clinical practice, according to researchers...
AACC: Labs should be aware of false positives on THC drug screens
A study of immunoassays used for detecting tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) -- the psychoactive part of marijuana -- found that other types of cannabinoids...
AACC: Blood tests may foretell if exercise works in Alzheimer's
Blood metabolites could one day help predict which patients with Alzheimer's disease will experience relief from cognitive symptoms through exercise therapy,...
AACC: Labs grapple with 'double-edged sword' of direct-to-consumer testing
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