PHILADELPHIA — Theranos is presenting data at a scientific conference for the first time this afternoon.
The presentation is happening at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s annual conference at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time.
Here’s what to expect going into the presentation:
- Theranos will be displaying the latest version of its blood-testing technology that uses only a finger-prick’s worth of blood, including the way the company collects and stores the blood and how it processes that blood sample. The company will also be demonstrating a diagnostic testing platform that’s “a compact fully-integrated and automated field-deployable,” according to the meeting abstract.
- Theranos will be presenting data that intends to show how the company’s finger-prick blood test stacks up to a typical blood test that draws a few tubes of blood from a vein. But this data won’t necessarily be independently peer-reviewed.
- There will be a moderated question and answer session after the presentation, in which attendees can ask questions.
We’ll be updating the post during the presentation, so check back and refresh or click this link to update.
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