DRW is committed to tackling some of the world’s most serious infectious diseases by making its point-of-care diagnostic tests widely available. The group’s quick, reliable tests for HIV and Chlamydia sprang from a groundbreaking technology called signal amplification system (SAS) that was devised in the Diagnostic Development Unit of Cambridge University. DRW is also reaching the most challenging environments with its Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) and Viral Load (VL) measurement for people living with HIV. Another of DRW’s innovations is its FirstBurst test for Chlamydia, one of the world’s most common sexually transmitted infections. FirstBurst collects six times more Chlamydia bacteria than a standard urine sample and provides accurate results in less than an hour.
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