EDMA's European survey shows huge swings in per capita IVD spending
This article was originally published in Clinica
Nine of the EU's 27 member states spent an average of over E20 ($26.8) per capita on IVDs in 2006, all of them being among the 15 original - pre-May 2004 - countries.
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