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Patients struggle to get UW’s touted test amid misinformation, suspicion about reliability of coronavirus antibody tests

Seattle Times Friday, 1 May 2020
Just as problems plagued initial testing for coronavirus cases, access to new antibody tests that can purportedly detect past COVID-19 infections is being hampered by misinformation, confusion and suspicion over the tests' reliability.
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