UK gets £18 million genetic testing boost
This article was originally published in Clinica
The British In Vitro Diagnostics Association (BIVDA) has welcomed an £18m ($33m) programme to strengthen genetic testing services, including equipment upgrades to meet the increase in demand in certain areas. BIVDA billed this week's announcement by the government as its continued recognition of the valuable services provided by the laboratory services.
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