In early March, as the coronavirus was spreading across the United States and testing capacity was already a problem, Bill Phillips had an idea. Phillips is the chief operating officer of a medical device company, Spectrum Solutions, that provides saliva test kits for companies like Ancestry.com. He wondered if Spectrum’s kits — which require customers to spit in a tube and ship their samples through the mail — could work with detecting this new virus. To read the full story.
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