Houston, Texas (September 13, 2018)
Microdrop, a leader in home-based health testing, announced today that it has become a Silver Sponsor of the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (SSCD).
Over the next year, Microdrop will be working with SSCD to promote the appropriate application and awareness of scientifically validated approaches and methods for celiac disease testing and diagnosis. Microdrop will also be supporting SSCD’s initiatives to advance research and promote excellence in clinical care, including the diagnosis and treatment of patients with these conditions.
“We share a common goal with the SSCD to increase awareness in the patient community to testing, diagnosis, and treatment options for Celiac Disease. By joining forces, we can provide more resources and options to patients seeking earlier health awareness, and promote home-based testing as a first step using our imaware™ testing platform. This is a win-win for both the medical and patient communities” stated Nicholas Olteanu, CEO of Microdrop LLC.
“We are delighted to welcome Microdrop as a Silver Sponsor of SSCD. We are thrilled to work with Microdrop towards the common goal of advancing celiac disease diagnosis and awareness,” stated Elena Verdu, MD, President of the SSCD.
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Microdrop is an innovator in home-based testing. We are launching imaware™ — an advanced, ultra-precise home-based testing platform that empowers individuals with awareness of life-altering conditions such as Celiac Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Prostate Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease. We believe that home-based testing is one of the best ways to start a conversation with your doctor about achieving your health goals.
The SSCD is the society representing medical, scientific and allied health professionals in the field of celiac disease. The organization’s overall mission is to advance the fields of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders by fostering research and by promoting excellence in clinical care, including diagnosis and treatment of patients with these conditions. SSCD is dedicated to improving the lives of patients with Celiac Disease and related disorders. Visit their website at www.theceliacsociety.org.