Fortunately, regardless of the size of the tumor, her cancer hadn’t spread, nonetheless it was made the decision that she must have chemotherapy after the surgery as a precautionary measure. Hers is a rare condition called electrosensitivity, which causes severe reactions to the electromagnetic fields given off by electric appliances. At present she has to avoid switching on lamps or using fridges, freezers, computers and cell phones.The article was authored by the Laboratory Designed Tests Working Band of the AMP Professional Relations Committee. This article acts as a re-affirmation of AMP's continued assertion that the CLIA program, in combination with laboratory accreditation programs and professional certification, offers a rigorous and flexible framework for ensuring high quality laboratory testing in the United States, said Elaine Lyon, PhD, AMP President. Related StoriesUCSF-led experts map out melanoma's genetic trajectoriesCombatting viral and bacterial lung infections with volatile anesthetics: an interview with Dr ChakravarthyResearch displays link between lack of RB protein and long-term survival rates in lung cancer patients The article includes a synopsis of different group's perspectives on LDTs.