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The CLL Nurse’s Note: Common Questions and Answers About the Most Recent COVID-19 Testing Recommendations

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Right now, perhaps more than at any other point in the pandemic, testing early, testing often, and testing with the correct type of test are critically important. This is due to a couple of the biggest tools that were previously available in the COVID-19 toolbox no longer being options for either protection or for treatment.

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