Andrew Brooks

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Andrew Brooks

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Andrew Ira Brooks (February 10, 1969 –January 23, 2021) was an American immunologist, academic, and businessman. He was an associate research professor at Rutgers University and the developer of the first FDA-approved rapid saliva test for COVID-19 diagnosis.

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