Pai, who is the senior writer and principal investigator of the study also. ‘Moreover, just a small %age of these research accurately described the manner in which the testing were conducted and whether they are reproducible.’ ‘Badly designed studies can lead to premature or misguided adoption of tests that may possess little if any clinical and public health relevance, leading to incorrect medical diagnosis and adverse implications for the patient,’ said Dr. Pai. The challenge facing the experts is to create a concerted effort to improve the standard of diagnostic research during design and implementation. ‘Whether it’s for cancer testing, TB or also the flu, we must report the study results in a very clear and transparent manner in order to validate the accuracy of the ensure that you ensure it is correctly used at the medical level,’ mentioned Dr.Launer, Ph.D., Eyal Shahar, M.D., M.P.H., Maksim Struchalin, M.Sc., Yangchun Du, B.A., Nicole L. Glazer, Ph.D., Wayne D. Rosamond, Ph.D., Fernando Rivadeneira, M.D., Ph.D., Margaret Kelly-Hayes, R.N., D.Ed., Oscar L. Lopez, M.D., Josef Coresh, M.D., Ph.D., Albert Hofman, M.D., Ph.D., Charles DeCarli, M.D., Susan R. Heckbert, M.D., Ph.D., Peter J. Koudstaal, M.D., Ph.D., Qiong Yang, Ph.D., Nicholas L. Smith, Ph.D., Carlos S. Kase, M.D., Kenneth Rice, Ph.D., Talin Haritunians, Ph.D., Gerwin Roks, M.D., Ph.D., Paul L.M. De Kort, M.D., Ph.D., Kent D. Taylor, Ph.D., Lonneke M. De Lau, M.D., Ph.D., Ben A. Oostra, Ph.D., Andre G. Uitterlinden, Ph.D., Jerome I. Rotter, M.D., Eric Boerwinkle, Ph.D., Bruce M.