German diagnostics industry pushes for greater role in prevention law
This article was originally published in Clinica
A commitment to promote the early detection of disease must be a key element of the forthcoming German disease prevention law. This was the view expressed by the diagnostics industry association, VDGH, in a position paper presented this week in Berlin to the state secretary for health, Klaus Theo Schroder.
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