Patients like doing tests for themselves
Irish Times- Regina Hennelly
Research just completed by a team at the School of Nursing and Human Sciences at Dublin City University (DCU) has found that while people are reluctant to undergo a test by a doctor or consultant that delivers a diagnosis, they would be far more willing to take a test that would quantify their risk of becoming ill.
Dr Simon Dunne, who led the research team, set out to gather and analyse data on a device being developed by the Biomedical Diagnostic Institute (BDI) based at DCU.
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