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In response to KHN questions, the FDA said it considers home collection kits, which can include swabs, lancets, transport tubes, and chemicals to stabilize the samples, to be devices that require agency review.

That’s according to an August 3 report in Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

They described what they learned in the May issue of The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health.

It consists of a small white lancet, which requires just a small drop of blood.

And even The Lancet and Nature publish their share of shaky studies.

The Lancet should never have published it (many of the co-authors later withdrew their names from the paper).

According to studies published this week in The Lancet, aspirin radically reduces the risk of cancer.

The finding, published online in the journal The Lancet, lit up headlines this week.

They are usually called Lancet-fish, from the curious structure of the sub-caudal spines.

It was afterwards placed across the nave, near the west end, under the organ which blocked up the great triple lancet window.

If he has opened his abscess with a bronze lancet and has made him lose his eye, he shall pay money, half his price.

The provincial newspapers took up the work that the Lancet had begun.

A lancet brought him to his senses, and the surgeon pronounced his wound not to be dangerous, provided that he remained quiet.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lancet, such as: bayonet, blade, cutter, dagger, machete, and scalpel.

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