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Diane Janowiak

Vice President of Laboratory Operations

SB Medical Foundation

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Vice President of Central Laboratory Operations

South Bend Medical Foundation Inc


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South Bend Medical Foundation - Employees & Job Opportunities

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Diane Janowiak,
Vice President, Central Laboratory Operations djanowiak@sbmf.org


South Bend Medical Foundation - Employees & Job Opportunities

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Diane Janowiak,
Vice President, Central Laboratory Operations djanowiak@sbmf.org


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Diane Janowiak Vice President, Central Laboratory Operations


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Diane Janowiak Vice President, Central Laboratory Operations


WNDU-TV: Story: Prevention for West Nile starts now - May 10, 2004

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"In June 2003 we were the first in the country to go live with the test and now we're one of the first to go live for individual testing," says Diane Janowiak with the South Bend Medical Foundation. Most labs test in groups, where six different donors have their blood pooled and tested. "The unfortunate part about that is once you determine a positive pool it could be too late.Those donors that come in with low vicemic loads of West Nile can potentially be missed when you have pools of 6.By us being able to pool individual pools we'll be able to pick it up," says Janowiak. If West Nile is not picked up, it can be transmitted during a blood transfusion. Most labs don't have the equipment nor staff to do individual testing. Janowiak says, "We are one of the only sites in the country to do that and it amounts to a safer blood supply."


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