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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Having over the last two decades established themselves in the vaccination space, pharmacies are now moving into point-of-care testing.

The spread of POC testing technology along with changes in state regulations and pharmacist education are driving an increase in pharmacist-administered testing, said Michael Klepser, a professor of pharmacy at Ferris State University, whose research focus includes the utility and implementation of pharmacy POC testing.

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