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Neglected tests for neglected patients

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Alternative ways to develop diagnostic tools for use in resource-poor settings can, and do, exist, argue Martine Usdin, Martine Guillerm and Pierre Chirac of Doctors without Borders.

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  1. Martine Usdin, Martine Guillerm and Pierre Chirac are with the MSF Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines, 4 rue St Sabin, 75011 Paris, France.

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