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To better diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases, medical professionals need improved steroid hormone measurements. Clinical, research, and public health communities all support this well-known fact (1). In 2010, the Endocrine Society, in collaboration with CDC's Clinical Chemistry Branch, conducted a conference to develop recommendations for improving steroid hormone tests (2). The following organizations endorse these recommendations:


Following the release of this consensus document, the American Medical Association and the College of American Pathologists also endorsed testosterone testing standardization.


 
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