Sometimes I just don’t understand stuff, so maybe you can help me with this exercise in logic.
TearLab gets FDA nod for home use of dry eye test (Reuters) – TearLab Corp said health regulators allowed home use of its device to diagnose dry eye condition, sending the medical device maker’s shares up as much as 80 percent to their highest in eight months.
Please issue a correction. The test was CLIA-waived for professional office use, not home.
We issued a correction to clarify that the test was approved for wider professional use, not home use: GBU Editor
Honey, was that the doorbell? Could you see who it is, please?
Yeah. He’s here for some kind of a surprise inspection of our Christmas decorations.
Oh crap, it’s decoration inspection time already? Quick, put a plate of shiny Christmas balls on the table, and I’ll get our holiday mugs. Maybe that”ll satisfy him.
Let’s get the sad news out of the way first.
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