For health tech to thrive, don't keep the evidence under wraps


THE age of “stealth research” is upon us – in case you hadn’t noticed. Work that could transform healthcare is under way, yet the results don’t appear in peer-reviewed journals. This issue has been brought to the fore by the case of Silicon Valley biotech firm Theranos. Its consumer blood test, combined with innovative lab technology, promise fast, accurate results relevant to dozens of illnesses, using pinprick samples, and at low cost. Not so long ago, I warmly applauded Theranos for seeking clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for its proprietary diagnostic tests,
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