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Genetic testing should not be used to diagnose coeliac disease, experts say

NPS MedicineWise’s new health guidelines also recommend considering surveillance rather than radiation to manage some low-risk cancers Doctors should not routinely screen for herpes when testing for sexually transmitted infections, genetic testing should not be used to diagnose coeliac disease in most cases and radiation to treat some low-risk cancers should be reconsidered.
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